I saw Anna Jordan’s witty two hander Pop Music at The Old Market in Hove . The play takes place at the wedding of the friends of two singletons and through the pop music of the wedding dj they individually remember key moments of their lives – the woman’s school disco, first love song, road trip with boyfriend , betrayal , The man’s London rave, first fling , and final memories with his dying mother. The soundtrack is heightened by Anna Jordan’s poetic and humorous writing . She asks the simple question- can pop music help one mend bridges, restore faith, celebrate life? It’s not a revelatory idea . But the bricolage style and non traditional plot structure is I believe distinctively female – more concerned with connection and disconnection than with conflict crisis resolution – a linear plot . The play is on a 20 date tour of the UK.