In a world where the machine is king and people expect to life to flow with a machine-like efficiency, where everything has someone who can fix it when it breaks down, where when something can’t be fixed it is discarded, how can we cope with something as messy and ambiguous as love?

Other Hands is the new play by Laura Wade, who had two play running simultaneously in London last year: Colder Than Here (Soho) and Breathing Corpses (Royal Court).

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