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 café 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.’
Confidence, first produced at Birmingham Rep in 1998 will explode back on to stage, for a new generation of dreamers.
Age Guidance: 14+
‘Upton’s a playful writer who likes nothing better than to upset expectations’ Independent
★★★★ ‘An intriguing and surprising insight into millennial angst, ‘Natives’ inspires sympathy for a generation that’s wrongly perceived as invincible.’ Time Out
★★★★ ‘Rob Drummer’s smart production keeps things very simple and unfurls with the tension of a thriller in 90 minutes that gets right inside the confusions and emotional complexities of the teenage mind.’ The Guardian
Amelia Jane Hankin
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Entry to the events is free with your ticket for that evenings performance.
Tuesday 29th May
A 90’s play for audiences today
9.45 – 10.30pm
Join writer Judy Upton and Director Rob Drummer alongside members the creative team for a post-show discussion about reviving Judy’s “In yer face” play for a new generation. Looking at the legacy of 90s youth culture, from the hedonism and political optimism of the 90s, to today’s digital activism. How do we revive forgotten plays for a modern audience?
Monday 4th June
Meet the cast – So you want to act?
6pm – 7pm
Have you dreamt about becoming an actor? Drama schools aren’t the only way into professional acting. Join the cast and hear how each of them found their own individual ways in to the profession. Hear the highs and lows, and their advice on how to manage life as an actor.
Spaces are limited and will operate on a first come first served basis
Monday 11th June
Turning your passion into a business
6pm – 7pm
Join the cast and special guests to hear how they turned the things they loved doing into a business or career. Discover what they have learnt, from finding a market to an online presence. Get advice and ask the questions you need to get you started on your entrepreneurial journey.
Spaces are limited and will operate on a first come first served basis.
Clement Ogbonnaya – Founder of Prince of Peckham – www.princeofpeckham.co.uk
Emma Jewell- Founder of The Glittery Hands Box – www.theglitteryhandsbox.co.uk
Shakka – Founder of South London – Trap Kitchen – @trapkitchen