A darkly comic debut play about buried secrets and new beginnings.
In three linked scenes, all set in the same terraced house, three ill-matched pairs search for a new beginning – but the past won’t let any of them go without a struggle.
Teenager Richard is plotting his escape to art college, just as lecturer Graham is settling in. Mum-to-be Laura has big plans for her forever home – if only Becci will sell it to her. And in the middle of the night, marine expert Mark has an unexpected visitor, a young woman with more than paddleworm samples on her mind…
A story of buried secrets and new beginnings, Forever House is the debut play of West Country-born writer Glenn Waldron. It’s a pitch-black comedy drama that asks the question: can you ever really start again?
Forever House was first performed at the Drum Theatre, Plymouth, in March 2013.
‘Waldron has an exceptional ear for dialogue… every character rings with credibility’
— Exeunt Magazine
‘A well-observed piece’