Dr Diane Cassell is the pin up girl for the skeptics. An
opinionated scientist who makes Paul Henry look like the leader
ofthe PC brigade. She's in hot water with the Sacred Earth Militia,
at odds with her anorexic Greenpeace daughter and introuble with
her faculty boss - and former lover.
The politics of science, the idiocy of academia and the chaos of
family life collide in this wonderfully irreverent comedy about
truth, lonely hearts, brilliant minds and blowing yourself up on
"An absolute corker, funny and touching… A play on the side of
life and optimism." - Daily Telegraph
"At last a comedy about global warming, or, more specifically,
about the dangers of treating climate change as a quasi-religion.
Former stand-up comedian, Richard Bean, proved he's the new wag on
the block with his hilarious One Man, Two Guvnors. Now he cements
that reputation with this unremittingly intelligent, unremittingly
funny, prize-winning new work." - Colin
Warning: Contains strong language
Running time 2 hours 30mins including interval.
Read The Listener's interview with Richard Bean
British playwright Richard Bean brings razor-sharp wit and
an amusing sense of the absurd to this high-spirited romp through
the fractious terrain of climate change science.
Reviewed By Paul Simei-BartonREAD REVIEW