Two former lovers, now both married, meet in a hotel room away from their homes. Their given reasons are plain: both are in town and want to share a meal. But each has hidden motives which will only emerge with time. The result is a night of honesty and deceit, passion, hope and regret. Michael Weller's new play addresses timeless questions - 'Am I with the right person? Or are they still out there, living another life?' - in a fresh and lively way. Uncompromising in its attitude to modern marriage and infidelity, What the Night is For digs deep into the emotional exchanges between individuals with much to lose but even more to gain. It premiered in London's West End in a production starring Gillian Anderson and Roger Allam.