An exploration of the imagination and fantasies of a regular guy.
A follow up to his play about mental illness, The Wonderful World Of Dissocia, Anthony Neilson’s new work Realism is an exploration of the imagination and fantasies of a regular guy.
A lazy Saturday? With interruptions from Question Time, a threesome, the black and white minstrels, mother and a mouthy cat, there’s no hope of that. Luckily none of them know what Stuart is thinking…
Neilson’s plays also include Edward Gant’s Amazing Feats Of Loneliness, which was also directed by Realism director Steve Marmion.