"Sam Peter Jackson impresses as a writing talent to watch." – Variety
When popular news man Geoffrey Hammond is caught by photographers in a compromising position, he turns to his publicist Larry to find a way of spinning him out of what seems to be an impossible situation. As the media wait outside Larry’s house, hungry for a statement on the sex scandal of the century, an unexpected powerplay unfolds between the two men as they face the unavoidable question – is all publicity good publicity?
Sam Peter Jackson is best known for writing the Public Property, which ran at Trafalgar Studios in London's West End and was nominated for a 2010 WhatsOnStage Award for Best New Comedy. Other plays include Minor Irritations (Edinburgh/Dublin/London), for which he was nominated for the 2006 Oscar Wilde Award for Writing, and various short plays, which have been performed in both London and New York to critical acclaim. Most recently he co-wrote and presented the Channel 4 documentary "The Other Michael Jackson" about his father, British singer/songwriter Mick Jackson.