Dates and Times
8 July 2014 to 9 July 2014 at 7.30pm
Presented by Jack Bennett and Arc, Stockton Arts Centre.
Isn’t it daft that we ask teenagers to make really big decisions about their lives? Jack Bennett had to, and it’s done him no good whatsoever. He was going to be a world-renowned musician, but one wrong turn and look at him … a two-bit actor with an identity crisis.
So he’s decided to ask some pretty big questions: what’s 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?
Jack Bennett will tickle your grey matter, probe your beliefs and fill your belly with laughs.
Jack Bennett is an actor who’s worked for the National Theatre, Sheffield Theatres, the New Vic, and the Reduced Shakespeare Company. He wrote, produced and featured in the silent film The Busker & The Coin, and has recently completed touring with Curious Directive and in Daniel Bye’s How to Occupy an Oil Rig (Sprint 2014).
Awarded a Suitcase Prize Special Commendation at Pulse Festival 2014
“Jack Bennett’s Too Much Too Young is an ideal showcase for his affable mix of stand up and social observation” The Public Reviews