A one man play
“In the dark, I am cleansed as the tap drip, drip drips. The skin peels and flakes as I scrub, while every inch of fresh, raw flesh is kissed by pure, clean water. Routine is medicine. I am living in peacetime.”
A young man’s life is turned upside down when he discovers he is HIV positive. His fears and anxieties take over, forcing him to abandon his life in the city and flee to a remote island. There, he believes he won’t endanger anyone else, and he can keep himself free from disease and infection. His aim is to preserve life at any cost, but by shutting himself away, is he prolonging his life or wasting it?
From Peacetime Productions comes this new one man play about the true value of life, and the lengths we go to when protecting the ones we love. It is an exciting piece of new writing from author and journalist, Rebecca Monks, performed by actor Joshua Considine.