Mon 17 to Sun 23 Sep
Cel doesn’t know what she’s doing with her life. Holly hates her hospitality job. Their vices are beer and female comics. They appear to be the epitome of twenty-somethings who thank god that you’re allowed to not have your shit together in your twenties. Underneath though, these two young women are suffering from invisible illnesses that affect their day to day function.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Endometriosis cause them to bond in the refuge of Holly’s apartment when they can’t handle the physical demands expected of a young social life. Their mental health is less than ideal – depression and anxiety the unasked-for side effects of their physical ailments. Yet they haven’t lost their humour, aspirations, flaws or egos.
Written from personal experience, this dramedy looks at what it’s like to be a young woman who’s not healthy but not dying, and the friendship that can be fostered through shared experience. A unique telling of a version of young adulthood that is not often seen on the stage or noticed on the street.
|Monday 17 September 2018||5:30pm|
|Tuesday 18 September 2018||5:30pm|
|Wednesday 19 September 2018||5:30pm|
|Thursday 20 September 2018||5:30pm|
|Friday 21 September 2018||5:30pm|
|Saturday 22 September 2018||5:30pm|
|Sunday 23 September 2018||5:30pm|
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