I want Alice immediately. To suffer something unfortunate. To be friends with me… I don’t know. Both?
When an unhappy estate agent sells a house to Alice, a charismatic social media influencer, the two strike up an unlikely friendship. But as her obsession with Alice’s seemingly perfect world intensifies, the lines between online and reality become dangerously blurred.
A new play by Bruntwood Prize award winner Phoebe Eclair-Powell (WINK, Fury), Harm is a thrilling and razor-sharp twisted comedy on the corrosive effects of social media and isolation, directed by Atri Banerjee (Hobson’s Choice)
The result is a captivating and multifaceted portrayal
Kelly Gough shines in an arresting, soul-searching monologue
Extremely online: Ava Wong Davies falls into the unsettling world of Phoebe Eclair-Powell’s internet satire.
A truly breathtaking production, combining social commentary with electric wit
New monologue is a complex and ambiguous account of a digital obsession
An impressive performance and the writing is always refined
Deadly sharp satire of social media culture
A darkly funny exploration of influencer culture and hate-following
Savage brilliance and envy in an Instagram blizzard