World's End Estate, Chelsea. - Viv's made a decision. She's left Norfolk and has moved back to London with her son Ben. When the pair are thrown together with wild fire Kosovar Albanian painter, Ylli, and his enigmatic son Besnik, things start to change.
As the war in Kosovo plays out, two families in London fight for their own freedom. But freedom takes courage and all Ben wants to do is finish his new video game.
A love story that looks at how trauma changes us, James Corley’s debut play is a love story that explores war, single parenthood and sexuality - all through the lens of a 90s games console.
A strong debut for the playwright, marking the conclusion of another successful Queer Season at the King's Head
Outstanding work from writer James Corley and director Harry Mackrill
Beautiful drama of two unusual families
Captivating performances enrich a debut play about a blossoming gay relationship in 1990s London
The play is a must-see. It’s relatable yet builds characters with unique fears and desires