Diana is struggling to keep the roof on her run-down manor house.
As a violent storm sweeps the coast, a group of strangers unexpectedly arrive in search of shelter.
Enter Ted, the charismatic leader of a far-right organisation. He could be Diana’s saviour – or he could pull the fragile household to pieces.
Stranded together, the explosive mix of people must survive the weather and each other.
Moira Buffini’s improbable satire is breathtakingly inept
A house of cards: Lily Levinson reviews Moira Buffini’s flimsy, trope-ridden political satire
Buffini is taking on big themes here
The National has served-up a magnificent malevolent maelstrom
Brilliantly written but not easy to watch
Astute, timely and pertinent
A curious beast
An excellently performed but metaphorically overstuffed drama
Moira Buffini’s state-of-the-nation, climate-change play runs into the doldrums
It’s hard to engage in the ideas Buffini is trying to put across
An odd mix of pantomime and socio-political evaluation
A damp squib that never ignites
Shaun Evans and Nancy Carroll star in a sprawling and muddled play about bigotry and Britishness
Moira Buffini’s new play tries to be everything at once