Fast Food Collective brilliantly capture modern nightlife in their original play Made Up. Capturing one night out from different perspectives, the all-female cast tell four unique stories merge together in the same Dublin club, each one depicting an aspect of modern culture and the choices faced by young people.
The show is extremely well written, utilises rhyme in the script to add a rhythmic sound which flows with the pulsing background music of the club and creates smooth transitions between characters. Made Up is creatively performed by the talented cast using small props to immerse the audience into the scene, setting the show apart from many others at the Fringe.
A faultless production from a talented team, Fast Food Collective are well worth keeping an eye out for in the years to come.
Words: Nastassia Sutherland
Made Up, Underbelly Cowgate, Aug 28, 2.20pm