We value truth in this family. Carpe Diem. Seize the day. We're all just food for worms. So tell them you love them. Have fun, mount a donkey, whatever, just feel alive. This ain't a game of charades and these people aren't a bunch of amateurs. For the Pilgrims who are gathered after their last epic falling out it's t simply a family affair, this is more than a game, this - is an Eisteddfod. Luke Barnes's brash bold voice and fine eye for a rowdy tale combine in this new play of a family's tradition and one last storytelling competition.
Luke Barnes is a northern-born emerging playwright. His first play Chapel Street was selected as one of the top five new plays off the West End in 2011 by The Stage and he was shortlisted for an Off West End Award for most promising playwright.