Sadie, her mother, step-father and grandmother are on holiday at a caravan park near a religious shrine in rural Ireland when a series of increasingly weird events take place. The play is a funny inter-generational road trip which centres on a feuding family but is set against the backdrop of much bigger questions about religion and spirituality. Can the family get their relationships and holiday back on track? Can an elderly woman with a dodgy heart find love with the caravan site manager? And why is Sadie so obsessed with her mobile phone?
Neil D'Souza is a writer and actor. He trained at RADA. Stage appearances include The Man of Mode (NT), Midnight's Children (RSC), Twelfth Night (West End) and The Merchant of Venice (Shakespeare's Globe).