Thick Skin, a new play by Caitlin McEwan, is presented by Poor Michelle.
Peter's making a film about his girlfriend Naomi. His best mate Jess tells jokes to half empty rooms, and Oli is trying to distract himself from the fact that he has The World's Most Boring Job.
They're millennials, but don't let that put you off. They're just trying to become decent people in a city so disorientating that you can end up telling your biggest fears to a stranger on the bus.
In a generation that couldn't be more liberal and accepting, THICK SKIN, a new play by Caitlin McEwan (Soho Writers lab 2015/16), looks at who really controls the conversation, and whether good intentions are always enough.