“Connects commerce and pleasure in graphic modern terms...one of the most arresting talents...in the British theatre.”—Financial Times of London
“Darkly humorous play for today’s twenty-somethings...a real coup de theatre.”—Evening Standard
"Plunges you into the world of disposability, disconnection and dysfunction, where relationships to be trusted have to be reduced to transactions; strong stuff."—Independent
"Ravenhill has more to say, and says it more refreshingly and wittily, than any other playwright of his generation."—Time Out
About the Author
Mark Ravenhill trained at Bristol University. His first full-length play, Shopping and F***ing, open ed at the Royal Court Theatre in 1996. It transferred to the West End in 1997 and opened on Broadway the following year. It has subsequently been produced all over the world. His other plays include Faust, Handbag, Some Explicit Polaroids and Mother Clap's Molly House.