Midnight. The last tube home. Stuck in a tunnel. The lights go out. Dawn and Dismas have no idea if they are in the carriage alone or trapped in the company of strangers.

How can you trust someone when you can’t see their face?

And can you really forgive and forget when the lights come up again?

Life is not black and white. Life is the gap in-between. Mind The Gap…

“An extremely smart, funny and sinister piece” The Guardian

Nominated for Best New Play at Manchester Evening News Theatre Awards 2007.

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Last session: Wed 11 Feb 2009 at 7:30 PM - This event has now passed

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