“A cracking piece... dramatically gripping... a richly absorbing and inventive play.” - Telegraph
“Timely, provocative... studded with moments of outrageous humour.” - Evening Standard
“Bright, sharp, funny.” - Guardian
“Sublimely funny.” - Independent
Lucy Kirkwood’s sharp comedy looks at power games and privacy in the media and beyond.
Carrie's getting them out for the lads, Charlotte's just grateful to have a job, Sam's being asked to sell more than his body, and Aidan's trying to keep ?his magazine from going under. Set in the cut-throat media world, Lucy Kirkwood's timely new comedy exposes power games and privacy in the age of Photoshop.
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Lucy Kirkwood’s first play Tinderbox premiered at the Bush Theatre in 2008. She has written plays for pioneering theatre companies Clean Break and Headlong, and venues including the Bush Theatre, Royal Court, Gate Theatre and National Theatre.