By Laura Wade,Aleks Sierz
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‘Laura Wade’s play is a 90-minute masterpiece, a jewel, darkish yet translucent. it's a play of affection, dying and grief: the grief that's toughest to undergo, since it starts prior to the family member dies.’ Sunday Times
‘The rigidity, the feelings and the experience of absurdity and worry are brilliantly handled... A terrifying journey de force.’ Sunday Times
‘This is a unprecedented feat – a vicious satire with a center of gold – wrought with odd subtlety and intelligence.’ The Spectator
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