The play is highly entertaining with relatable moments shown in flashbacks to WhatsApp messages, shown expertly by the cast stepping in and out of the scene.
Although this show has many laugh-out-loud moments, we are reminded in the show’s programme that social media, celebrity and privacy don’t always sit comfortably and that there is a grey area regarding the balance of a celebrity’s right to privacy in UK law.
The show is heavily stylised throughout as though we were spectators at a football match. Examples being when the barristers are questioning the witness, they freeze frame into scoring a goal, which gives an effective visual. My personal favourite was during the curtain call, the cast draw together to build a free kick wall. This is an especially poignant curtain call with ‘The Fear’ by Lily Allen providing the bow off.