A village fete gone disastrously and farcically wrong. A mother trapped in baby talk. A blunderingly failed attempt at seduction. Five short plays; five instantly recognisable social encounters; five snapshots of tragically lonely and obsessed characters which will leave you “wondering whether you should be laughing or crying” (The Stage).
Cambridge’s newest acting and backstage talent presents five interlinked one act plays from one of the most successful and prolific modern playwrights, each offering a poignantly funny snapshot of human eccentricity and a cry for companionship.
“Buoyant … sad, sharp and funny.” – London Guardian