As recommended by Michael: "The debut play from Alice Birch that heralded an impressive new voice in British theatre. The lives of four lonely, disparate people intersect on one Summer's day. An excellent collage of interweaving monologues that shines a torch on the dark desires and sheer unspoken strangeness that lurks beneath the subterranean recesses of ordinary everyday lives."
Juniper is looking for love, Robert is trying to avoid it, Ollie doesn't know what it is and Meg has resigned herself to never having it. As these four people move through a July day in London, they orbit each other, unaware that they are hurtling towards one moment that could devastate them all.