Rory and Gemma break in to the Mersea Island RNLI station on Halloween. He wants to run away to London. She wants him to notice that’s she’s not drinking. Over the course of the next thirty-four years the consequences of that night will tear their lives apart.
A haunting new play about family ties, grief and forgiveness.
‘a superbly well tuned piece of writing’ Evening Standard on Terrorism
‘The best piece of new writing currently on the London stage’ Aleks Sierz on Plastic