BEFORE 30

Written By Tom Hartwell 

Directed by Phil Croft

 
 

SYNOPSIS

AT 30, EVERY INNOCENT FLIRTATION BECOMES A PROSPECT FOR A SHARED MORTGAGE APPLICATION

Home owner, parent, Deliveroo driver, where should we be at 30? Before 30

explores the reality and generation gap of life’s milestones. With the average first

time buyer not on the property ladder until 35 and the growing trend in the

temporary lifestyle of the gig economy, the prospect of ‘adulting’ has never been

less desirable.

 

We follow Chris, an aspiring chef - making ends meet between job applications by

delivering food to people who can’t be bothered to cook. His past struggles with

depression and anxiety resurface when faced with the prospect of facing thirty ,constantly comparing himself to his accomplished Grandfather, who seemingly achieved everything so easily. 

Prior to it's run at The Edinburgh Fringe Before 30 was  performed at Theatre N16, The Hillingdon Literary Festival & Waterloo East.

 

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