23:00, Wed 7th – Sat 10th May 2014 at ADC Theatre
Easter Week 2
''It’s funny the things you’ll do when you’re in love. Things that you thought were bad or cruel or unchristian. Well they all become right, just, in the face of love. Don’t they Frank?''
A modern melodrama in a graveyard at night. Frank and Charlie are burying a body. When the night is through they can collect their money and all will be well. As the evening spirals out of control the pair find themselves on a landfill site with a corpse to get rid of.
If there is morality, is it worth more than money?
''A bold and compelling story.'' - Tom Basden
Footlights present the winner of this year's Harry Porter Prize (set up in 2003 in honour of the late Dr Harry Porter, Footlights' long-term Senior Archivist) for a one-hour comic play.