This play concerns five misfits in an uncertain drug society. Supposedly friends or at least acquaintances, no one can really be honest with each other, sexually or financially. This is a harrowing, fast yet humorous commentary on 90s London.
Mark Ravenhill is one of the most distinctive contemporary UK playwrights. He burst on to the theatre scene in 1996 with the huge hit Shopping and Fucking. He has continued to garner critical acclaim for plays that include Some Explicit Polaroids, Mother Clap's Molly House, and most recently Shoot/Get Treasure/Repeat (National Theatre, Royal Court, Paines Plough, The Gate Theatre, April 2008).
"A darkly humorous play for today's twenty-somethings ... a real coup de theatre"--"Evening Standard"