Archive :: production:T01895134934, comedy:S909921296, venue:V538
To mark the twentieth anniversary of Marillion’s rock masterpiece Misplaced Childhood, Will Smith examines how childhoods have changed since 1985. In a comparative study, Will talks to today’s teenagers, unveiling hilarious truths about his own youth. He reveals his integral role (in his eyes) in Jersey’s amateur band scene during the late Eighties. This leads to his musical influences and his unnatural obsession with the band Marillion. Will takes himself terribly seriously to hilarious effect and his pettiness and pomposity make this a first rate gig.