“I’m a singer slash rapper. I’m not the sort of girl that will be working in fucking Wetherspoons for 8 pounds an hour.”
Sasha Clayton’s 24 and living with her mum, step-dad, and irritating little sister, in Plaistow. She’s gone from being the most popular girl at school, to spending most of her time on her own in her bedroom scrolling through social media.
She may not have a job or a flat, and, admittedly her boyfriend’s not answering her calls; but she got talent and a dream – when she releases her first EP everything’s going to change.
“I look at my page and think ‘Fuck me do I want her life!’ then I remember I do have my life – only it feels a bit different.”
Frank and fragile account of sex work
A smashing performance from a talented writer
Nicole Lecky is a revelation in smart, authentic and provocative solo piece
Nicole Lecky makes a big impression as she writes and stars in this monologue about a young woman with dreams of making it big
Female friendship is the main defence against exploitation by rich and powerful men
Superhoe is an engaging and hyper-provocative solo piece that shines a light on the perils new generations face
Nicole Lecky’s fiercely clever and powerfully performed solo show
A vivid and touching portrait of millennial angst
A long, slow slide into horror after horror