It's late. Richard and Joyce have just returned home from the House of Lords another grueling social event that further cements Richard’s chance of being promoted. To their astonishment, they find their estranged son, Luke, fast asleep on the sofa. Where has he been? More importantly, why has he come back? And will Luke’s demons play hell with Richard’s promotion?
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About the Author
Atiha Sen Gupta has written short plays, long plays and everything in between since she was 13. Her first play Eternally Grateful was a terrible dilemma play about a couple (one secular, one Jehovah’s Witness, of course) whose daughter suddenly and conveniently needs a blood transfusion. It didn’t end well. Her first full-length play What Fatima Did was commissioned when Atiha was 17 and part of Hampstead Theatre’s drama youth group ‘Heat and Light’. In 2012, Atiha won the prestigious ‘JugendStückePreis’ award for Fatima at an awards ceremony in Heidelberg. Atiha was part of the writing team on E4’s SKINS for three years.