A woman sits taking a selfie whilst wrapped in wires and cables and various floating phones surrounding her.

SEEN 00:25

PRESENTED BY MODERN DAY CHRONICLES
This is not a good girl gone bad story, it’s a good girl gone psychotic and absolutely obsessive type of tale.

Have you ever wished to be sick?

Miss A is obsessed with Robert Pattinson, Instagram, body image, her own reflection on any kind of screen and the source of all things.

On a journey of self-destruction and self-discovery all at once, Miss A examines that the world she lives in without leaving the sanctuary of her room.

Taking the name of the girl who was first diagnosed with anorexia, she navigates and explores the twenty-first century, and the societal triggers that have damaged her and other young women’s mental health.

This is not a good girl gone bad story, it’s a good girl gone psychotic and absolutely obsessive type of tale. Some people call it boredom, others vanity, we call it the unbearable lightness of being a young woman in the 21st century.

17-19 MAR
8:30PM (FRI-SAT)
4:30PM (SUN)
£13 STANDARD
£11 CONCESSION

SEEN 00:25

PRESENTED BY MODERN DAY CHRONICLES
This is not a good girl gone bad story, it’s a good girl gone psychotic and absolutely obsessive type of tale.

Have you ever wished to be sick?

Miss A is obsessed with Robert Pattinson, Instagram, body image, her own reflection on any kind of screen and the source of all things.

On a journey of self-destruction and self-discovery all at once, Miss A examines that the world she lives in without leaving the sanctuary of her room.

Taking the name of the girl who was first diagnosed with anorexia, she navigates and explores the twenty-first century, and the societal triggers that have damaged her and other young women’s mental health.

This is not a good girl gone bad story, it’s a good girl gone psychotic and absolutely obsessive type of tale. Some people call it boredom, others vanity, we call it the unbearable lightness of being a young woman in the 21st century.

17-19 MAR
8:30PM (FRI-SAT)
4:30PM (SUN)
£13 STANDARD
£11 CONCESSION

Seen 00:25 | Teaser Trailer

Created by: Candela May

Production Team

Written and performed by

Candela May

Directed by

Raquel Arnaiz and Candela May

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Café Bar

Ticket holders can take advantage of a 10% discount on all food and drink in our Café Bar on the day of their event between the following times:

8:30pm / 8:45pm / 9pm performances – discount available between 7:30pm-8:30pm

4:30pm – discount available between 1pm-3pm

Content Warnings

Contains distressing and mature themes including eating disorders and body hatred, self-harm and suicide, social media addiction. 

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Age Recommendation

14+

Duration

1h

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