Nick Whitby's chilling play presents a Kafkaesque world where nothing is quite as it seems, and where office politics can lead to unlawful questioning, torture and even murder…
Afra has decided to make a complaint. She is certain that her grievance is legitimate: she is perfectly clear about her rights. And she has no intention of giving up until she has some satisfaction.
'some great lines, surprising twists and turns... packs a punch'
'Scarily plausible… a thought-provoking ninety minutes of witty drama'
Nick Whitby has had his plays produced on the Edinburgh Fringe, the Donmar in London, and in around forty major productions in Europe. He has written for various comedians, and for TV, including sketches, sitcom, drama, comedy-drama, animation and documentary.