ABOUT WEALD On a remote livery yard in rural England, Jim arrives 'home' in need of work. Sam, as old as the fixtures and fittings themselves, reluctantly agrees.
As the men attempt to pick up from where they left off, fresh cracks appear beside old wounds. But the world can only be held at bay for so long before the two men will have to answer for their actions.
A terse and delicate dissection of male emotions from a rural perspective.
REVIEWS "The writing has a real power."
- The Guardian
"Shanahan's production is beautifully paced and thrillingly close-up....Catch this."
- The Times
"Bears witness to a way of life on the way out.."
"A play that tackles complex and painful issues."
- Time Out
"Bryony Shanahan's staging is pacey, detailed and well-drilled, amplifying Foxsmith's impassioned call to arms."
- Exeunt Magazine
★★★★ The Times
★★★★ West End Frame
★★★★ The LGBTQ Arts Review
OffWestEnd nomination – Best Male Performance David Crellin