A play a pie and a pint.
Set on their sun drenched council house lawn, Trevannion subtly invades their quiet with overlooking neighbours and a thundering train line, imbedding a sense of scrutiny and unease. Gradually and skilfully building and revealing by inches a wealth of pain and black memories.
Through the play strains of metaphors of motherhood, life and death, run seamlessly alongside the very human drama of separations and fears. with a play that is complex yet wholly accessible, Trevannion seems to have succeeded in the task he set himself: creating something to make people “leave moved and changed by something – ever so slightly- within a working day.”