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Pochahontos: “Um, who the fuck is Ramona?”
Scotland. One wet, midge-riddled field trip.
Ramona is 15 and she’s totally cool.
Honestly. She’s completely cool.
In 1998, Ramona, of Englandshire, has a penchant for Enya and hates bananas.
On her geography field trip she meets Jim, a local laddie wearing an anti-pill fleece.
He’s obsessed with hermit crabs, rock erosion and making homemade Irn-Bru cocktails.
Deep in the Scottish Highlands, Ramona falls for Jimmy’s awkward charm but gets caught in a scandal that will haunt her for years to come.
Fast forward fifteen years and Jim, of the shittest village in Scotland, has got a girlfriend and something like a functional life.
But Ramona still can’t shake the consequences of that fateful trip.
Determined to clear her conscience, she heads back to the Highlands to find that neither her nor Jim’s lives have turned out how they had planned.
Ramona Tells Jim is a darkly comic play about confession and the gravity of young love, from Bush Theatre Emerging Writers’ Group member and actor Sophie Wu (Kick Ass, Wild Child).
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London W12 8LJ
Performance days & times
Wednesday - 2-45pm
Saturday - 2-45pm
Fri 13 Oct, 7‑45pm
Audio described performance:
Sat 7 Oct, 2‑45pm
Author: Sophie Wu
Director: Mel Hillyard
Designer: Lucy Sierra
Lighting: Rajiv Pattani
Sound: Dominic Kennedy