A sharp and detailed portrayal of a man struggling to keep his head above water.
During his ten years of imprisonment, Alan's life has been measured out in weekly visits from his family; slices of the normal life he's left behind. Everything will be so much better once he's finally out and back home for good. Won't it?
Clare Lizzimore's play Mint was first staged at the Royal Court Theatre, London, in 2013.
'Cumulatively devastating... worthy of Edward Bond'Independent
'Impressively perceptive and observant... this portrait of excruciating family tensions rings true'The Arts Desk
'Gripping... witty and frequently insightful'British Theatre Guide