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‘Doesn’t smoke. Doesn’t drink. Doesn’t do drugs. I’m worried about her, she’s not normal.’
‘It’s the modern world. You can’t judge kids by your own standards.’
Things have changed since Dad set up the family business in the 60s: new products, more competition, and a bigger market. At the end of the day though, it’s still all about cash and stock. But this is no ordinary family business – the Robinsons are drug dealers.
‘Imagine a cross between Mike Leigh and Joe Orton and you get some idea of the tone of this rancid yet undeniably enjoyable black comedy… a disgracefully entertaining play that provokes wild laughter in a moral waste land like a latter-day Ben Jonson.’ Telegraph
‘This is boisterous, knowingly ludicrous entertainment in the tradition of Joe Orton — a sharp-edged blend of the funny and the nasty.’ Evening Standard
‘[a] blackly comic script…littered with memorable lines’ What’s On Stage
‘a hilarious black comedy… The plot generates numerous laughs, many from unexpected sources and a few slow-burning in true Bean style’ British Theatre Guide