“My best friend Meg actually lost it last week, to her boyfriend Amir.Apparently he lit candles. Magical, was the word she used.”

Alice would give anything for something magical to happen to her. But she’s shy, has no idea how to contour and the last thing she loved was a roast potato. She feels ordinary. Unremarkable. Unpopular. Until Jamie from Maths messages her. Finally, something is about to happen to Alice.

Something big. Something she won’t ever forget. Something she never expected. And the whole school knows.

Easy is a powerful new play by Amy Blakelock, exploring what happens when we combine social media, Love Island ideals, Snapchat and teenage insecurity. An intimate portrait of adolescence, Easy is a public call for open and honest conversations about sex, bodies and demanding respect for ourselves.

Developed in consultation with teachers and teenagers, and supported by PSHE specialists and the sexual health charity Brook, this is a one-woman show that strikes at the heart of contemporary conversations about how we talk to young people about sex and relationships, and how a reluctance to talk can affect the lives of young women in a social media age. Easy is supported by Arts Council England and Blue Elephant Theatre.

Directed by Hannah de Ville

Blue Elephant Theatre 59A Bethwin Rd, Camberwell, London SE5 0XT from 5- 23 November Time: 11.30pm, 5pm, 8.00pm. Admission: £7.50 – £12.50. Phone: 020 7701 0100

www.blueelephanttheatre.co.uk