Directed by 2012 JMK award-winner Sam pritchard, the show premiered at Latitude Festival this July, followed by a run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August.
Sometimes planes don’t land the way they’re supposed to.
The people of a country have had enough of their leaders, but those leaders have to be replaced with something.
A person steps out of a crowd and, for a moment, becomes more than human.
A man walks into the lobby of a building and brings death with him to prove his point.
Chris Thorpe is a Fringe First winner (2011). His new play tells a series of interlocking stories about the moments when life offers you a choice between heroism and compromise, and what happens after you choose.
'This play is tailor made for the Royal Exchange. Chris wrote it in the building and has developed it for The Studio. To see it come to life there is going to be hugely exciting.' Sam Pritchard