★★★★★ Fringe Guru - 'This play composts you. You’ll crumble but be better for it'.
★★★★★ Edfringe Review- ' One of the emotionally intense plays I have seen on the fringe '
One morning, 30 years ago, George and Jude’s nine-year-old daughter Jen did something terrible.
30 years on, Jen is about to arrive for the family’s annual barbeque with her nine-year-old daughter, Sarah.
But Hitler, the family cat, drowned in the night, Jude looks like a drug dealer, and George refuses to light up the coals.
It’s about love. It’s about loss. But mostly, it’s about George and Jude. An elderly couple with a past that refuses to stay buried.
★★★★★ London Theatre - ' Probably been the finest piece of new writing and acting that I’ve watched in quite some time'.