Hail Mum, full of life.
We are with thee.
Blessed art thou among women,
and blessed is the fruit of thy body.
Tiffany's mum got hit by a Birdseye truck on the M25.
There's family to call and a coffin to order, but first she has to talk to her dad - and for some reason that's the toughest thing on her to-do list.
Meanwhile, an oozing paper bag on the doorstep holds a dying wish that will either bring father and daughter together, or drive them further apart.
In her surreal new play about grief, parenting and alternative meat, Sarah Kosar (Spaghetti Ocean, Royal Court Live Lunch) asks how far we can be pushed by love and obligation.
performed by rosie wyatt and andrew frame
written by sarah kosar
directed by tommo fowler
produced by hannah tookey
"A mature, provocative piece of work”
- ★★★★ Female Arts
"Kosar’s writing is outstanding, touching on a subject that makes most people uneasy”
- ★★★★ Live Theatre UK
"Kosar’s strength is in her ability to mine humour organically”
- ★★★★ Critically Speaking
"What’s most impressive about Kosar is not only her insights into how families handle grief, but the discipline, economy and brightness of her writing."
- Aleks Sierz
27th June - 22nd July
Tuesday - Saturday at 7:30pm
Saturday and Sunday matinee at 3pm
Tickets £16.50 (£12.50 concessions)
previews £14 (£10 COncessions)
Latecomers will not be admitted.