“You’re only the greatest person ever invented and he’s some boy who’s probs never had a conversation with a side of the sun before- but like Let’s Be Modest About It”
Tosh and Lou. 22 scenes.
In a space they have created, using a language they have created, the two girls theorise.
Other friends have come, got boyfriends and gone.
So what. Tosh and Lou have each other. They’re not interested in becoming clichés.
They’ll never be like the other girls. And Tosh is going to keep it that way.
“You are becoming a parody, hun. You are becoming like the human equivalent of a fucking Little Mix song.”
Two girls chat about… stuff… and it’s amazing, in Miriam Battye’s superb Royal Court debut
A breath of bracing air, a real insight into the lives of the girls it depicts. It's terrific
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The show is so amazingly put together
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