A one-woman show must involve a highly interesting protagonist with enough self reflection to keep your attention. Emma Packer’s portrayal of the Brixton born-and-bred Amy Jones certainly achieved this, combining her personal story of struggle with the political elements of the world surrounding her. Amy Jones touched on many relevant issues, both personal and political. We witnessed her thirst for knowledge as a young girl speaking to her posters of Nelson Mandela and Gandhi. Things darkened as Amy struggled with her abusive mother and poor upbringing. Amy Jones is not a relatable character to all, but Packer had the audience oozing with empathy despite this. Her ability to switch moods without losing any of her vibrant energy was highly engaging.