A breathtaking poetic monologue about friendship, class and a really bad idea for a festival written and performed by Luke Wright.

Nick has fallen out of love with London and his life as a journalist. Forced to review the launch of Urbania, a new inner-city festival, he starts to remember his shattered friendship with Johnny Bevan, the whip-smart, mercurial kid from an Essex council estate. Back at uni, Johnny saved Nick from living his father’s life. Twenty years later, can he save him all over again?

Visceral, poignant and riotously funny

The Scotsman