A road movie for the stage, this play follows Alex and Brian on their trip from dislocation to location.
Alex and Brian are a pair of smalltown boys going nowhere, who get out the only way they know how — doing a runner with a prized surfboard in the only transport available: a worn-out Lada. But the surfboard belongs to Binks, Alex's psychopathic gangster boss, and he's hot on their heels as they head north for Thurso — where the surf is up all year round.
'tremendous new comedy' — Herald
'Greenhorn conveys all the wonders and frustrations of life on the road. Passing Places is another in a growing body of Scottish plays seeking out answers to a spiritual lack with grace and good humour' — Guardian