Playwright April De Angelis captures the contrast between the teens of today and of 30+ years ago, and the different ways in which menopausal women deal with becoming invisible.

Her comic strokes are often broad, but there’s heart as well as humour in Nina Raine’s zappy production in which, surprisingly, the young male characters show themselves to be surprisingly thoughtful when it really counts.

– Louise Kingsley

Until November 19
Royal Court Theatre, Sloane Square, SW1W 8AS
020 7565 5000
Tube: Sloane Square
£12 – £28, Mondays £10