A darkly comic drama from an exciting new playwright.
In three linked scenes, all set in the same terraced house, three ill-matched pairs search for a new beginning - but the past won't let any of them go without a struggle.
Teenager Richard is plotting his escape to art college, just as lecturer Graham is settling in. Mum-to-be Laura has big plans for her forever home—if only Becci will sell it to her. And in the middle of the night, marine expert Mark has an unexpected visitor, a young woman with more than paddleworm samples on her mind...
A story of buried secrets and new beginnings, Forever House is the debut play of West Country-born writer Glenn Waldron. It’s a pitch-black comedy drama that asks the question: can you ever really start again?
Glenn Waldron is an English playwright. His other work for theatre includes Plucky (Bush Theatre/DryWrite). He was editor of i-D magazine, and has written for Vogue, The New York Times, Guardian and Independent.