Crooked Tree's first production at the Play! Festival at Royal Holloway University in 2014.
The stagnant air thick with pollution and 7 billion deaths. Great tears in the o-zone layer like cigarette burns. Stacks of playing cards disguised as crumbling buildings. The endless drone of flies hovering over a decaying, powerless rock. The world has ended and a family decide to go on holiday - a post-apocalyptic trip to the ashen skeleton of their holiday home.
After the narcotic nightmare of Trainspotting, Crooked Tree presented this surreal snapshot into a world gone rotten, like Naked Lunch for the iGeneration, this piece was about the idea of ‘family’ in a fractured future.