'Because the world revolves around me and all I see is what I see.' Mira loses her virginity to her teacher in the car park at her school, she lives by the sea with her mum - she becomes god in the outdoors. The one-woman show invites the audience into the abstract spaces of Mira's mind. Through youthful questioning, ramblings and memories, Mira makes a confession. The play explores the varying ways that trauma manifests and delves into Mira's relationship with her mother, lover and friends. 'It is the interplay between Wood's dialogue and Treves' stand-out acting and delivery that make this play so exceptional.' - The Seagull 'An explosive mixture of top-notch storytelling and powerful material.' - Highly Recommended Show, Fringe Review 'It's vividly powerful, and I can't give the writing and the performance enough praise for how well they've explored these complexities.' - We Love Brighton 'It's the use of language that impresses most, with some of the most powerful moments conveyed with the simplest of words..' - Broadway World Latecomers may not be admitted. Please arrive in good time for the start time of 19:45. Under 18s are not permitted into the theatre for this performance. No re-admittance once the performance has commenced. Refunds and exchanges are not available.