It's the future; just like now, but a bit more... well, shitey. Jim and Agnes have worked hard their whole lives and now Agnes needs a life-saving operation. With the NHS as we know it a thing of the past, they must take matters into their own hands in this darkly comic tale showing the lengths people go to for life and love.
Gary McNair is a playwright, director and performer based in Glasgow. He makes work that challenges and entertains. His plays include, Locker Room Talk, Letters To Morrissey, After The Cuts and A Gambler's Guide to Dying. He has twice been the recipient of a Scotsman Fringe First Award. He is an Associate Artist at The Traverse Theatre and is currently writer in residence at the National Theatre of Scotland.