By Naomi Sheldon
Directed by Matt Peover
‘One of the most honest and transparent portrayals of womanhood I’ve ever experienced’
‘Perfectly pitched and utterly identifiable’
Winner of Voice’s Pick of the Fringe Award, Naomi Sheldon’s exceptional debut play comes to London’s West End following a critically acclaimed smash hit run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Growing up in the 90s, GG and her mates obsess over music, vaginas and witchcraft. But there’s a problem. Living feels too extreme. To be one of the good girls, GG learns to make herself numb, but at what cost?
‘One of these days, am I going to evaporate? Right here?’
Bold, provocative and laugh-out-loud funny Good Girl tells a darkly comic coming of age tale about learning to live un-apologetically, and adds a distinctive new perspective to current dialogue about female experience.
Directed by Matt Peover (Mr Swallow: Houdini, Nick Helm, Jayde Adams).
WINNER: Pick of the Fringe Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017