As the evening approaches George and Suzan are hard at work. Before their boss arrives they must figure out what’s for dinner, why Manchester is engulfed in flames, and how they first met.
Manchester’s 1121 Collective’s latest production combines kitchen sink drama with surreal anarchy to explore how facts and fictions are intertwined when a decade long riot starts to encroach into the living room.
“An intriguing piece of new writing by Oliver Walton… A short but well-crafted play.” – British Theatre Guide
“In 45 minutes, the 1121 Collective manufacture an enjoyably surreal descent into anarchy, where one man’s fact is another woman’s fiction and reality is in the eye of the one who remembers it… It’s hard to think of a more topical theme in today’s post-truth world.” – North West End