‘…quiet heroism.’

‘..this small, often funny play focusing on two fragile people rubbing up against each other at a moment of change has its own quiet heroism….raising questions about the limits of knowledge and our capacity to face up to the future. […]

‘..this small, often funny play focusing on two fragile people rubbing up against each other at a moment of change has its own quiet heroism….raising questions about the limits of knowledge and our capacity to face up to the future. Oh, and who wouldn’t love a play that uses a custard fight to explain mass?’

Lyn Gardner, The Guardian