'I knew more about love... betrayal... and death, when I was ten years old than you will probably ever know all your life.'
The relationship of Alison and Jimmy is complex, dark and seductive. As they struggle into their third year of a young marriage flanked by the besotted best friend and the other woman, the characters attempt to live in a world of monotony and pessimism.
Named 'the best young play of it's decade', Osborne presents violently passionate, tumultuous, strained and hostile lives and relationships throughout this antagonizing three act play. With a concentration on human connections, emotion and mortality, a snippet of the world is examined through the eyes of angry youth.