Gary Mitchell's new play about music, friendship and politics moves between present day Belfast and the last 20 years, and explores the loose ends left by the 1998 Good Friday Agreement.
Hugh, a music teacher, has had an accident and is visited in hospital by his talented pupil Charlie and his wife Sharon.
He looks back on how their relationships evolved over the years as working-class Protestants feel increasingly marginalised by political change.
director/producer: Roland Jaquarello.
a play exploring the loose ends left by the 1998 good friday agreement