That Girl

That Girl

5 (1) · New WritingFringe Theatre, Contemporary

"It's like people who think that 'brunch' is a hobby. And go to the gym, and watch sport. And live for Friday nights so they can get drunk with their sad little friends."


Hatty was a child actor, picked from obscurity and thrust into the limelight when she was aged just 10. As the young star of the film Madeline she travelled the world and became the toast of Hollywood. She’s now approaching 30, works in advertising and enjoys jogging. She’s also being kicked out of her flat because her housemate is getting married.

Inspired by the writer’s own experiences as a child actor, That Girl is a touching and brutally honest new play that places female friendship at its heart, investigating how they develop and erode as women approach their 30’s. The play explores the inevitable loss of youth and the contrasting effect it can have on a group of friends.

Critic reviews

Despite its intriguing starting point, this piece of theatre does not feel fully realised

A Younger Theatre

This is a play which speaks for a generation

· Theatre Weekly


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Date & time

Show ended
Mon 3 Sep - Sat 15 Sep, 3pm & 7.30pm


418 St John St EC1V 4NJ London, UK · Get Directions

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