By Rachel Ruth Kelly
Blisteringly dark, infectiously funny and painfully poignant, this one-woman show exposes the uncompromising reality of a young woman on the brink of adulthood. It’s Beth’s 21st birthday and sitting outside a nightclub and clutching an unlit cigarette, she tries to forget that man – the man who isn’t there.
The struggles of adolescence, the piercing pains of rejection and the lonely existence of a young woman abandoned in an unforgiving world are thrown into sharp relief in Zero. Beth’s irresistible humour, with her bleak resignation, make Zero a relevant, hypnotic and utterly unforgettable experience.
“Zero is moving, brutal, funny and awkward in equal measures.”
Bristol 24/7, Bristol
1pm @ Big Belly, Underbelly Cowgate, Edinburgh Fringe