Marketing material for the show's Rough Cuts run says "Kabul’s like fucking Ibiza now. Heaving with pretty Sloaney girls. Quite good clubs. Plenty of drugs. I’m too old for all that now.” Continuing: "Humanitarians. By day saving the world. At night they drink, party – move on. And then, some time, they have to go home." As a company, Out of Joint are no strangers to tackling controversial subjects. Their last production, staged at the Lyric Hammersmith, told the story of Irish Americans in New York and a young fireman joining the IRA. Feehily's other plays Duck and O Go My Man were both performed as co-productions by Out of Joint and the Royal Court Theatre.
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