A play that forces us to make eye contact with the world of homelessness
There are two men leaning against a wall, they look a bit down and out. In fact, they’re homeless and nameless. And they talk, reminisce, argue, and come to terms with their situations in very different ways. Lit up by dark comedy and the subtle exploration of dignity, this play by Daniel Keene looks at the survival instinct from a very human angle. General admission. Over 16s only.
"Daniel Keene is a dangerous playwright...he works right on the moral edge."