Thought-provoking but with a humorous tone, this spoken word and physical theatre piece explores what it means to be a girl growing up today and the choices offered to young women. Delving into topics such as body dysmorphia, dodgy periods and the incessant need for self validation. Winner of Pebble Trust Talent Grant and sold out at Brighton Fringe before transferring to London. 'A sharp, witty insight into being a young woman today, Lena Dunham meets the poetry of a young Joni Mitchell. Bites with passion, humour and lyricism' (Natalie Audley, Audley + Co).