It's Saturday night and the judges are gathering for their prime-time slot, feeding the nation their weekly fix. Except the harshest critics are sitting on your sofa and the mute button doesn’t seem to work.
A tough new comedy about addiction.
Nick Grosso came through the Royal Court’s Young Writers Programme and his monologue Mama Don’t (1993) was produced by the Royal Court, staged at the Commonwealth Institute. His subsequent plays at the Royal Court include his debut, Peaches (later made into a film), Sweetheart, Real Classy Affair and Kosher Harry.
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