seven methods of killing kylie jenner explores cultural appropriation, queerness, friendship and the ownership of black bodies online and IRL.
“Look it’s two two tweets that helped me vent my frustrations. It’s really not that deep…”
Holed up in her bedroom, Cleo’s aired twenty-two Whatsapps from Kara and has cut off contact with the rest of the world. It doesn’t mean she’s been silent though – she’s got a lot to say. On the internet, actions don’t always speak louder than words…
Jasmine Lee-Jones won multiple awards for her debut play directed by Milli Bhatia including the Evening Standard and Critics’ Circle Most Promising Playwright Awards, and the Alfred Fagon Award. She originally developed as a writer through the Royal Court Theatre’s Young Court programme as part of their commitment to nurturing new voices. Milli Bhatia was previously Trainee Director at the Royal Court and is now a Literary Associate.
Post-Show Talk | Tue 13 Jul
A Q&A with writer Jasmine Lee-Jones. This event is free with a ticket to that evening’s performance.
Lee-Jones’ script is an artistic triumph
I loved every minute
A sharp and provoking watch
A spectacular debut for Lee-Jones, who certainly is a writer to watch
Two friends argue about the popular influencer, and a lot more, in Jasmine Lee-Jones’s scintillating debut play
This is 80 minutes which is both ferocious and funny, full of cartoonish humour and real rage
Jasmine Lee-Jones’s play follows an online battle about the Instagram star and tackles racism, misogyny and colourism
New writing about social media and the power of friendship that crackles with rage and sadness
An inventive, relentless Tweetstorm of a play
Jasmine Lee-Jones's text is alive! It jumps off the stage, does a quick somersault over our heads, and then lands in a crouch
The show is inspiringly fresh and it is given a firecracker production by Milli Bhatia