When Ben and Mary welcome their new neighbours into the long-empty house next door, they hope for a new friendship. But after a boozy backyard barbecue their friendliness evaporates, and the fragility of Ben and Mary's off-the-shelf lifestyle is laid bare.
ChrisP – “I usually like my theatre old and traditional, with fancy decor, plush seats and a cosy looking inside, so i wasn't especially looking forward to going to the National. Because it is basically just a big concrete monstrosity s… more”
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