A darkly comic, dystopian glimpse of Britain’s near future
A television journalist and a politician clash live on-air. What begins as a traditional interview slowly unfolds into a waking nightmare. A trap has been set: which side will walk into it? A darkly comic, dystopian glimpse of Britain’s near future: experienced entirely in palindromic form, and written by the award-winning writer of Standby For Tape Back-Up and BBC Radio Four star Ross Sutherland. Directed by Rob Watt (Standby For Tape Back-Up). Starring Simon Hepworth as Sir David Bradley and Zara Plessard as Amanda Barkham MP. Original music by Jeremy Warmsley (Summer Camp). "Consuming, compelling, hypnotic… one of the stand-out shows of the Fringe." – The Stage Runtime: 1 hour.
"Beautifully crafted, strikingly original."