Max Dickins and Something for the Weekend
A dying father. Two estranged sisters reunite after 20 years. One night to bury the hatchet. In an airless room over a single night, they talk it out. When the only thing they have left in common disappears, is their relationship worth saving? Written by Max Dickins (The Man on the Moor and The Trunk), this gripping story of sibling rivalry examines the meaning of family. How can you forgive the past when you can’t even agree on what it looks like? 'Expertly told' ★★★★ (Times). 'Finely crafted. Recommended' (Guardian).
Age category: 12+
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Kin5 Aug 2018
Riveting new writing exploring the complex nature of sibling love
Written by Max Dickins, Kin is a two-person play about a pair of sisters, brought together for the first time in 20 years by their father's imminent death. While the father remains absent, just a garish jacket draped on a chair and the sounds of…