When I was a young teenager I couldn’t sleep for worrying about nuclear energy, so I wrote a letter to Margaret Thatcher outlining my concerns. Margaret never answered my letter. Many years later I have written a play ALL IS WELL. I don’t think Theresa will come to see it but I do hope that you will.

Shop Front Theatre, Coventry: 4,5 & 6 May, 7.30 pm (6 May also 2. 30 pm)

MAC, Birmingham: 12 & 13 May, 7.30 pm MAC TICKETS

Post-show talks on 4 & 12 May

All Is Well is at times poetic, funny and devastatingly fierce in its appraisal of the true cost of nuclear power.

A stunning evocation of the long term aftermath of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, All Is Well tells the story of Aleks, Stefan and Nina as they struggle to trust one another again while living with the fear of the invisible radiation.

On Radunitsa, the day of remembrance for the dead, the forest is once again filled with people as they return to visit their family graves. But Anna and Blackbird have other ideas to keep the day trippers and tourists away for good.

aleks told me that you can smell fear… people sweat it out bit by bit and then other people smell the fear and they start to sweat… and so the fear spreads… person to person…

Age 12+

ALL IS WELL is supported by The Belgrade Theatre, Coventry University Faculty of Arts and Humanities, and using public funds from The National Lottery through Arts Council England. ALL IS WELL is backing the Coventry bid for UK City of Culture 2021.

For more information about me and my work please visit my website.