A rowdy, relentless two-hander about good times gone bad for a betrayed generation.
Luke Barnes in a northern England-born emerging playwright, both a unique and exciting wordsmith. His first play, Chapel Street , was selected as one of the top five new plays off the West End in 2011 by The Stage , and he was shortlisted for an OffWestEnd.com for most promising playwright.
Lovely, sparky writing, shot through with humour... there's no
doubting Barnes's raw talent. * Telegraph *
Barnes' two-hander glitters with promise and pep. There's sharp-eyed humour to his picture of modern Britain and teenage life. * Independent *