"look. no one cares. no one cares what we do as long as we're here, doing what we're told" Welcome to fiji land. Things are very simple here. Follow orders. Fight the good fight. You can even take photos. Grainer's new. He asked to come over here. Wolstead likes to watch people while they sleep. Meanwhile, Tanc's here to do what he's told and do it proper. fiji land is a surreal and incisive play about the very real things that happen when cell doors shut and the world looks away. "as long as we're safe, we don't want to know what's going on to keep it that way, do we?"
OffWestEnd Award Most Promising Playwright nominee Nick Gill's recent work includes Sand (Royal Court Theatre) and Mirror Teeth, also nominated for OffWestEnd Award Best New Play. Nick was one of The Apathists, who wrote new shorts every month for a year, performed at Theatre503; other short plays have been seen at Hampstead Theatre, Trafalgar Studios, Soho Theatre and Latitude Festival. Mirror Teeth was written with a grant from the Peggy Ramsay Foundation, and was first seen as a staged reading as part of the original Vibrant! - A Festival of Finborough Playwrights at the Finborough Theatre in 2009.