In the run up to Christmas, three families are placed into cramped temporary accommodation.
A middle-aged man and his elderly mum, a young family with a baby on the way, a newly arrived woman from Sudan. Strangers. Forced together. No space is personal.
In this new play written and directed by Alexander Zeldin, the audience are invited to bear witness to an intimate story of family love for our times.
Director: Alexander Zeldin
Cast: Amelda Brown, Naby Dakhli, Janet Etuk, Oliver Finnegan, Joel MacCormack, Hind Swareldahab, Daniel York Loh, Amelia Finnegan
Scenography and cstumes: Natasha Jenkins
Lighting Designer: Marc Williams
Sound designer: Josh Anio Grigg
Movement: Marcin Rudy
Director Assistant: Elin Schofield
Costumes Assistant: Caroline McCall
Photo: Nurith Wagner-Strauss
Original Production: National Theatre of Great Britain, Birmingham Repertory Theatre
Original Coproduction: Birmingham Repertory Theatre
With the support of The Polonsky Foundation
Original text published by Bloomsbury Methuen Drama en 2016.
Created at National Theatre, Londres, december 2016, with reprise at Birmingham Repertory, january 2017.