By Clementine Bogg Hargroves
‘Wasn’t I supposed to be famous and successful by now?’
Kate could be a successful writer, if she could just
concentrate. Instead, she's obsessing over recycling this bean can, shagging sexy Gary and dodging every fathomable threat of imminent death.
Clementine Bogg-Hargroves’ debut play was The Times Critics Choice for Edinburgh Fringe 2021. SKANK reveals the witty, dark and often filthy thoughts of an ambitious twenty-something grappling with her uncertain future.
“A painfully accurate slice of life” (BroadwayBaby)
“Moving and memorable” (North West End)
“A constantly funny play” (British Theatre Guide)