In Christopher Hampton’s darkly comic relationship drama, Billie Piper plays Ann, a woman who swaps her egotistical boyfriend for a more conventional option but can’t decide what, or who, she wants.

Piper shot to fame as a teenager pop star, but has more recently reinvented herself as a serious actress, starring in the BBC’s modern retelling of The Canterbury Tales, the television adaptation of Philip Pullman’s The Ruby In The Smoke and as Rose Tyler in Dr Who. This is Piper’s West End debut.

Piper is joined in the cast by Kris Marshall (My Family, Murder City) and Laurence Fox (Lewis).

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