Too Much Too Young?
Jack Bennett wrestles with two identities, long lost extra-curricular activities, endless life paths and one qualm with the education system. In Too much Too Young
, Jack seeks to explore the flaws in an education system which demands big decisions from teenagers at a young age by asking some pretty big questions; what is learning for? Why all the rush? And if all of the politicians and education experts are so smart, how come they never agree on the best way to do things? In this charming but occasionally acerbic examination Jack holds up the practices of the UK education system against what other countries do, what experts think and what politicians think, while talking about how the choices of teenagers are restricted, and how we shouldn't let that happen.
Archive :: production:T01209441283, one person show:S01183524617, venue:V1452754579