Danny's skint, no change there. His girlfriend Amy's left him, the flat's a mess, and has got nothing to smoke. The only thing different today is, he's going to get his legs broken. Danny owes some bad people money. If he doesn't come up with GBP 800 by tonight, a lady called Cathy will be calling with a baseball bat. He can't beg, can't borrow and isn't much cop at stealing, so Danny, Amy and her Dad set off on a quest through Leeds to get him the dosh. From Beeston to Briggate, casino to karaoke, with Cathy and a psycho called Cauldron in pursuit, will Danny get his happy ending or is he just the no-hope Scuffer other people see? "Scuffer" opens at the West Yorkshire Playhouse in March 2006, and is the latest from Leeds writer Mark Catley. His acclaimed plays "Sunbeam Terrace" and "Crap Dad" also premiered at the Playhouse, and are both published by Oberon Books.