A Young Girl’s Guide to Madness

Written and performed by Charlotte Ellis.

Have you ever felt so isolated and confused about the world? Surrounded by judgement, pressure and horrifically high beauty standards, Jess confesses her innermost thoughts to you all in order to process the state of ‘madness’ she believes she is in. School, broken friendships and trying not to fear men, it’s clear that to be a teenager in the modern age has new complexities, Jess just wants you all to understand.

Taken from real life experiences and encounters from the writer; A Young Girl’s Guide to Madness truly displays how draining it is to be a teenager in the 21st century,  a combination of film, live theatre and spoken word.

To support Charlotte in her fundraising for the Fringe, please consider donating to her gofundme page or purchasing a copy of her anthology of poems. All copies are currently in an electronic PDF format and are £3 each. Contact Charlotte via email if you are interested in buying a copy: charlotteelliswork@outlook.com

Keep up with this play on Facebook @ayygtm. If you would like to contact the artist please feel free to email: charlotteelliswork@outlook.com