A fast-moving, exhilarating play about teenage hopes, dreams and frustrations in a rural part of England.
Wheeler is a high-flying comprehensive kid destined for university, while football-mad Fitz is struggling to cope with his dysfunctional father and his schoolwork. They live in Walberswick, a sleepy Suffolk village known for hosting the British Open Crabbing Championship.
Set on a sweltering summer's day on the eve of their last GCSE exam, they are ambushed by Dani, the fittest (and poshest) girl on the beach. So begins a crazy twenty-four hours that will change the lives of the three sixteen-year-olds for ever.
'Sharp as a pin… impressive in its ability to get inside the heads of the teenagers' – Independent
'Catches that coming-of-age moment perfectly' – Telegraph