A sharply perceptive, darkly funny riff on urban isolation by one of Scotland’s leading playwrights.
This is a big day for Sadie and Bill; their favourite person is coming to visit. They’ve gone to great lengths to prepare for the occasion. It’s an even bigger day for Jackie; and not one she’d anticipated. Should she make the most of it? She doesn’t know if she can any more; too many people depend on her.
Any Given Day explores our fear of the unknown, and our guilt and responsibility towards ourselves and others.