She’s just trying to stop eating her dinner on the bus.

Alice, the protagonist, has just been asked to write a script. It’s a deal. A big deal. But over the course of one week, she is met with a mountain of molehills. Flatmates, night-outs (when she really shouldn’t), weddings, dates, and getting locked in a disabled toilet, Alice tries to manage the many characters in her life whilst also trying to make a big break before she breaks herself.

Yeah, No, Fine captures an insight into how a lot of people are feeling at the moment- burnt out, unsure about the future, stressed, and tackles themes surrounding boundaries, priorities, people pleasing and guilt. Watch Alice try to navigate a week that makes no sense, and an audience that has popped up from nowhere. You might be looking into a mirror.

This show will take place in a Relaxed Environment*.


Relaxed Environment performances are open to all audience members, and can be useful for those with an Autistic Spectrum Condition, sensory and communication disorder, learning disability, and anyone who would benefit from a more relaxed theatre environment. For Relaxed Environment performances, there won’t be any changes to the show itself but movement in and out of the auditorium is allowed, there is less emphasis on the audience being quiet during the performance, and there will be a separate chill-out room for any audience members that require it.