Kiera, Zainab and Lucy are smart, hilarious and savvy. They've figured out that there are some things school sex ed lessons don't cover; now, away from prying eyes, they're going to find the answers. By turns funny and poignant, their experiences as they grow from girls into women shine a light on sex and sexuality.
Informed by the rise in violence in mainstream pornography, Playfight fizzes with razor-sharp dialogue and vital questions.
Julia Grogan is a writer-performer from the West Midlands. She studied acting at Rose Bruford College and a year after graduating went on to join the Royal Court’s young writers’ group. She co-wrote historical dark comedy Belly Up which premiered at VAULT Festival 2020 and is heading to Underbelly at Edinburgh Fringe 2021. Playfight is her first sole-authored play.