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An inverted fairytale for our times, Hundreds And Thousands is a macabre and unsettling examination of love, entrapment and hypocrisy.
Lorna is 44 and desperate to start a family. After moving in with Allan, she soon discovers that life in his isloated farmhouse is far from the idyll she dreamed about. What is the constant ringing in the corridor? Who is moving about in the cellar? And why is she being warned about cannibals in tall hats? As the true horror of Allan’s world is exposed, Lorna must choose between doing what’s right or what’s right for her.
Hundreds And Thousands is written by emerging playwright Lou Ramsden whose work includes All I Want For Christmas, The Half Widow and Black Snot.