Molly, from Salford, believes she’s “nowt special, shit with words…and has small tits”. She’s alone, until she meets John, from London. His dad’s just died and he “feels empty”. He thinks that “grief as like losing a tooth – you can still eat but your tongue keeps going back to the hole left behind.”
The two embark on a journey of forbidden love, pushing the boundaries of conventional romance and forcing us to question how far we would really go for the one we love.
Glitter punch challenges ideas about age, consent and power imbalances in relationships.
Glitter punch reminds us that something doesn’t have to be permanent to be valuable, that something can end in a way that’s devastating and still be valuable.
'[Has] a sting in its tail… deliver[s] a powerful comment on society’s stigmas when it comes to affairs of the heart' The Stage
'Beautifully complex, honest and relatable… I wish [this play] had been there 10 years ago, when I too was going through the awkward teenage phase' A Younger Theatre
'Funny, poignant, moving' LondonTheatre1
Show Dates & Times:
Friday 26th April 2019 at 8pm
Saturday 27th April 2019 at 8pm
Sunday 28th April 2019 at 8pm