Sea Things
Ebook, ISBN: 9781788507325Publication Date:
2 Nov 2023
£7.99 £6.39You save £1.60 (20%)
First Staged:
Oxford School of Drama at Southwark Playhouse, London, 2022

Sea Things

By Hassan Abdulrazzak

Ebook £7.99£6.39

A bold and startling comic thriller about climate crisis, conspiracy, and what lurks beneath the waves… 

It's 2050 and, due to the rising sea level, a small coastal town in Britain is now underwater. Some of the town's inhabitants have taken shelter in a manor house, which has been converted into a camp for climate-change refugees. It's run by Maxscore, a shady private company.

As they face power cuts, food scarcity and blackmail, the camp inmates start to realise that people are mysteriously disappearing. A strange force has been unleashed and is set to destroy them. Can they stop it before it's too late?

Hassan Abdulrazzak's play Sea Things was first performed at Southwark Playhouse, London, in a production by Oxford School of Drama.

Content guidance: This play contains references to drugs, drinking and sexual activity; use of strong and violent language; as well as exploration of adult themes including death, depression and violence.

A free downloadable extract of the play is available from this page.

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Downloadable Extract Sea Things extractSEA_THINGS_EXTRACT.pdf
Ebook,ISBN: 9781788507325Publication Date:
2 Nov 2023
£7.99 £6.39You save £1.60 (20%)

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