He has the connections to help Spider turn his windfall into greenbacks, but there’s one tiny problem, as Gene’s right-hand man – an ex-boxer named Lullaby – is well aware: it’s a felony offence to even be in possession of the bird. As the metaphorical noose tightens, and the threat of a lengthy stretch behind bars hangs over them, so the friendships unravel with a potentially deadly and deadly funny outcome: if there’s honour amongst thieves, somebody forgot to tell these guys.
"An excellent comedy that is rich, dark, well designed and acted, play loaded with wit, wisdom and the courage to examine some important themes." - Paul Levy (Fringe Review)
"Razor sharp and wickedly funny." - Treat Williams (Prince of the City, Things to Do in Denver When You’re Dead)
"Funny, intimate and realistic with a dark twist. Extraordinary performances. Not to be missed!" - Stephanie Prior (WHM magazine)
"Slick, punchy, black comedy and a psychological thriller, full of sharp, stylish and intelligent writing. Very clever and very, very funny. A must see for theatregoers from Brighton and beyond." - Paul Gustafson (G-Scene Magazine)