As passenger jet BU21 makes its descent towards Heathrow it is targeted by a terrorist missile. Smashing into Fulham, its engine bouncing down the New King's Road, it causes hundreds of deaths and horrendous devastation. In the aftermath, six survivors relate their eye witness accounts of the attack and its impact on their lives through a series of interconnecting monologues. Written to represent the near future, real-life terrorist attacks in Manchester, Westminster and Parson’s Green now place this play firmly in the present. Described by the Guardian as “a thoughtful, arresting and darkly comic study of how we cope with tragedy” the play includes adult themes and strong language. Presented by special arrangement with Nick Hern Books Ltd.
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