This satirical play is heightened in its naturalism, in its seriousness, in its parody and piercing in its interrogation of how our attempts to define ourselves in public are shaped by the fear of saying the wrong thing.
Presented quite literally as a series of public apologies this play is spacious, flexible and welcoming of inventive and imaginative interpretation as each iteration spirals inevitably to its absurdist core. This is a play on words, on convention, on manners, on institutions, on order, online and on point.
Presented as part of National Theatre Connections. Connections is a nationwide project run by the National Theatre in which ten brand new plays are commissioned for young people to perform, bringing together some of the UK's most exciting writers with the theatre-makers of tomorrow.