Adam Usden's Steve And Then It Ended, billed as "an intimate, darkly comic look at one family’s last TV dinner", premieres at Theatre503 from 8-19 January 2013.
Here, producer Flavia Fraser-Cannon gives us five good reasons to go...
It's the debut play from a great new writer
Having graduated from the Royal Court Studio Group at just 22, Adam Usden has now been shortlisted for the Channel 4 Oran Mor Comedy Drama Award and is on attachment at the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh. Definitely one to watch.
Simon Stephens thinks you should go
The Olivier-Award winning writer of On the Shore of the Wide World and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, has said "it's a remarkable script, honest and tough and tender."
It's cheap if you are called Steve
Half-price tickets in the first week if you are called Steve. A free ticket if your full name is Steve Andthenitended.
It's not really about the end of the world
It's a play about a family that asks, at the end of all things, who do you really want to be with, and who do you really want to be.
Two plays or one?
Enjoy confusing your friends by seeing how long it takes them to work out that you're only going to see one play, not one called 'Steve' and another called 'Then It Ended'.