This article is from 2006.
In its measured pace, Anja Hilling‚s poetic play ponders the world through the eyes of four young people of the verge of adulthood. Against Pippa Murphy’s evocative soundscape, the young cast - most of them making their professional debuts here - have the relaxed connection of lifelong friends.
Opening with an ominously innocent joy we know can never last, their lives are irreversibly changed by the death of one of their number. This is a frank, and often beautiful examination of the inevitable loss of purity that comes with growing up, from an award winning playwright we will be seeing much more of in future. (Eddie Thornton)
Traverse, 228 1404, until 27 Aug, (not 14, 21), £12.50 (£4.50-£9).