Tunde's thirtieth birthday is fast approaching. So he's started therapy because he hasn't been able to get to the gym for weeks, and a recent one-night stand ended in tears – his.
Interrogating the challenge of opening up and accepting our own vulnerabilities, Ifeyinwa Frederick's Sessions is a raw, funny, bittersweet deep-dive into the complexities of masculinity, depression and therapy.
"A timely exploration of mental health challenges in black men [that] serves as an important reminder to check in with those around us."- Evening Standard
"A funny, humane monologue that eases us into a slowly searing drama about masculinity and mental health... Frederick's drama feels timely and alarming, with just a sliver of hope at the end."- Guardian
"A tender, touching and gently funny examination of masculinity and mental health."- The Times