A child actor.
A nuclear power plant.
A drawing of a crawling baby.
A blue capsule, glowing.

Charlotte is nineteen and in hospital. Exactly what connects her to the art of Keith Haring, the 1957 Windscale Fire and the death of River Phoenix isn’t clear – but they are connected. And as Charlotte and the people around her begin to question the very ground they stand up on, it becomes obvious that not everything is as it seems.

A kaleidoscopic, self-destructing exploration of pain and love, this production marks the play’s first revival since its premiere in 2007.

Contains references to self-harm, suicide, grief and substance abuse, as well as nakedness, strobe lighting, haze and loud noise.