Megan (with no h) is a down to earth kind of girl. The type of girl we’ve all had the pleasure to meet. After a drunken pushbike accident Megan is encouraged by her older brother to “speak to someone”. An unorthodox intervention for a girl who needs it. Following on from their debut at Nozstock in 2018, and talking honestly about growing up, throwing up, dying and lying, Arch 62 presents a post-modern show, getting the audience to question their morals, roles and self. Written by Noah Somal-Killworth and Maria-Magdalena Mineva, and directed by Geraldine Gibbons.