Quarter Life Crisis

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Alicia is a hot mess. She doesn’t know what she’s doing with her life. Swiping left and right to find the perfect match. Everyone around her seems to know where they’re going in life, while she’s trying to cheat growing up and keep her 16-25 Railcard. What does it mean to be an adult, and when do you become one?

Previously seen at the BT with On The Edge of Me, Quarter Life Crisis continues Yolanda’s humorous exploration of the world young people find themselves in, using her trademark mix of spoken word, music and audience participation. Worth seeing for anybody who recognizes the millennial malaise...

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By Yolanda Mercy

Age guideline: 14+

Part of the  season

  • I guarantee you will laugh a lot.
       
    Plays To See on The Edge of Me
  • Yolanda Mercy is one to watch
       
    West End Wilma

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