His nose encrusted with blood, Paul has come back to see two old friends, for the first time in twenty years.

Well after most of the village of Stock is in bed, the wafer thin bonhomie of their unforeseen reunion explodes into a blackly funny maelstrom of pique and long repressed truth-telling – and with shocking consequences. Kathy Burke directs David Eldridge’s unflinching, unexpected and uproariously dark new play.

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