Alan loves his work. He doesn't love his wife, his mother or his only child, so he aims to break free and live for himself. Alan’s going to sort this mess out – this huge, horrific mess that is his life. He’s got a plan. He’s going to stop playing the husband, the father, the son and find himself. He’s going to sort it out once and for all.
Lewis Hetherington is a theatre-maker based in Glasgow. He is an associate artist of Analogue, having co-written and performed in their first two shows, Mile End and Beachy Head. He is currently working with them on their new show 2,401 Objects. Other writing credits include: adaptations of The Archivist by Hector Levy and Instructions for Butterfly Collectors by Mariana Eva Perez for National Theatre of Scotland.