‘The writing is fabulously blackly comic and timed to perfection’ (Deirdre O’Halloran, Literary Associate Soho Theatre). ‘Keith: Every one of us colours things with the crayons that we have? Steve: ‘God Keith, you don’t half talk bollocks sometimes’. Keith Goodman is a wronged man. He’s lost his kids, his house, his Playstation… oh and his wife, and none of it is his fault. Shambolic and drunk, Keith hatches a plan to share his plight with the world and so begins a night that sees ever-appeasing barman, Steve and his feisty wife, Cath in a lock-in like no other.