A special free performance of a new thriller, coming to Greenwich ahead of a London run


JIH in association with Greenwich Theatre presents


By Paul Westwood

Directed by Clemmie Reynolds


“He’s gonna get caught soon you know. So soon. Someone’s gonna say something. Someone’s gonna stop being scared of him.”


Summer, 2019.

The family flat isn’t selling.

Dad’s been moved into a care home that needs paying for.

Three estranged siblings meet to fix the problem.

But the reality of the situation is more terrifying than any of them can imagine…


Infused with the spirit of Philip Ridley and Irvine Welsh, Paul Westwood’s debut full-length play is a startling new thriller that lifts the lid on gambling addiction, survival on the edges of society, and what happens when you lie to those who know you best. The production is directed by Clemmie Reynolds (Witness For The Prosecution, County Hall, London; Switzerland, West End).


“Astonishing writing…I was totally engrossed from start to finish.” londontheatre1.com on Paul Westwood’s previous work


Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, with additional support from YGAM