21:30, Mon 20th – Sat 25th August 2012 at Tristan Bates Theatre
Nominated for the Footlights Harry Porter Prize 2012, It's Complicated is a fast-paced comedy about the trials of long-distance relationships.
After a successful and well-received run at The Corpus Playroom the show will be transferring to the Camden Fringe in August.
Daniel wants a relationship. Not just any relationship; a long-distance one. All the psychological perks, something exotic and exciting, without the socially awkward situations. What could be better? Suddenly Daniel finds himself with two girlfriends: will he choose the perfect girl-next-door from the USA - sweet, funny and beautiful - or the European one, who just lives closer? Surely he's not just another one of those womanisers (or 'sluts') that he and his female roommate criticise so much? Social networking might have brought the world closer together, but now it's too close for comfort and, what with his internal monologue as well, there are now too many voices competing to be heard. Shortlisted for this year's Harry Porter Prize, guest judge Alex Horne (The Horne Section) had this to say about it: "Without sounding too vain, it was a bit like something I might do...good stuff".