By Lisa Carroll
Performed at
Soho Theatre - Upstairs.

Everyone hates Iona. Everyone except Pingu. Fitting in is hard when one of you can’t shut up and your silent best friend wears a tuxedo to school every day. Sick of the ceaseless bullying and despair, Iona and Pingu decide to get the fuck out of Dublin.

Turns out that emigrating is a great way to get noticed by the cool kids. Loving the attention, Iona is drunk on her new-found popularity until she discovers she’s messed with the wrong crowd. In a world where reputation must be defended tooth and nail, this can only end in disaster for all involved.

Iona: Caitriona Ennis
Pingu: Vinnie Heaven
Pockets: Colin Campbell
Toller: Sade Malone
Trix: Peter Newington

Set and costume: Basia Binkowska
Lighting: Jessica Hung Han Yun
Sound: Dominic Brennan

Produced by Metal Rabbit
Photography by Basia Binkowska and David Gill.

★★★★★ “a raucous riot that never stops giving…intoxicating to watch.”  - Broadway World
★★★★★ “Debbie Hannan's spot-on direction exhorts flawless and authentic characterisations from a tremendously able and talented cast” - ActDrop
★★★★ ”A worthy and fervent production.” - LondonTheatre1
★★★★ “Brilliantly energetic drama of identity and escape” - Everything Theatre
“You can’t look away” - Lyn Gardner, Stage Door