Mixtapes, Argos catalogue Christmas lists, VHS. Crop tops, chokers, disposable cameras, Boundless Theatre is bringing the 90s back.
As another summer season on the seafront gets underway Ella is turning up the heat in a high stakes game to get as far away as possible.
Whilst Ruby keeps the cafe going and Dean mans the ice cream kiosk Ella learns there’s no fast track to success.
‘If you’re not interested in earning a new pair of Nikes by the end of the day…complete designer wardrobe by the end of the week…all the beers you can drink…if you don’t want to meet Uma Thurman… then okay, stay here, as King of the Slackers, that’s fine by me.’
A trip to the great British seaside should not be as dismal as this
Confidence nails the saucy seaside postcard humour, and the carefully considered staging gives the whole production a beautiful otherworldly feel
The YouTube star plays a girl trying to escape a failing resort in Rob Drummer’s ill-pitched revival of Judy Upton’s play
It needs, however, a kind of mad energy and verve, if its imperfections are to be ignored. It also needs more empathy. Both qualities are unfortunately missing here
A bit lacking in, dare I say, confidence
YouTube star Tanya Burr is out of her league in this ’90s revuval
Wonderfully designed revival of the 1990s play that stumbles over its bawdy jokes