A new comedy from award-winning writer Philip Ridley about the current housing crisis will premiere in Bristol and London next year.
According to press material the play, titled Radiant Vermin, is the first "full-on comedy" by the acclaimed writer of The Fastest Clock in the Universe and The Pitchfork Disney.
Billed as a "wickedly comic satire", it centres on a young couple who are offered a way out of the housing crisis, and just how far they're prepared to go to get the home they've always wanted.
Radiant Vermin will see a reunion of Ridley with the company Supporting Wall, who recently mounted productions of Tender Napalm and Dark Vanilla Jungle, led by director David Mercatali.
Casting is yet to be announced.