"It's hard turning thirty. Especially when your alcoholic father has taken the toilet door, you've got a sixteen-year-old schoolgirl in your bed and your best friend is the lunatic living downstairs. Then an old school friend turns up after ten years living in Huddersfield and it's the start of an evening where the sparks fly and the ketchup flows. A dark, painful and very funny play by Serbian writer Ugljesa Sajtinac, in a version by Fringe First winner, Chris Thorpe, Huddersfield was part of the Northern Exposure season at the West Yorkshire Playhouse."
"The miracle of Sajtinac's play, in a pithy and often very funny colloquial version by Chris Thorpe, is that it steers a hopeless situation towards a hopeful conclusion." - Guardian