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by Joshua Ling and Robin Leich
Astrophysics, existence and domestic drainage
‘But the Kitchen Sink’ is a domestic farce set in the kitchen of an elderly couple’s terraced house. When Deidre discovers a blockage in her sink, what seems like a simple drainage issue explodes into an astrological crisis. Deidre and her plumber make a discovery that quickly captures the attention of the world.
The play combines existentialism, philosophy and gritty northern humour as the growing number of characters discuss the complexities of astrophysics, existence and domestic drainage.
Alec Clegg Studio
image design by Simon Mitchell