Ed is the new employee in a deserted Scottish caravan park that's struggling to stay afloat. Forming an unlikely friendship with his brusque boss, Janie, they soon find their camaraderie tested to the brink when Ed's wild half brother suddenly turns up to stay at the park. A play about violence, friendship, loneliness and caravans.
This September Rose Theatre Kingston is hosting its inaugural New Writing Festival.
From over 400 script submissions, three playwrights have been selected to work alongside director Fay Lomas, the inaugural winner of the Peter Hall Emerging Artists Fellowship, to workshop and develop their scripts ahead of rehearsed readings in the Rose Gallery.
This reading is directed by Fay Lomas and performed by a professional cast.
As part of the Festival we are also hosting three playwriting workshops – have a look at our What’s On page to see how you can take part.
This festival is generously supported by Arts Council England.