“There was a fork in her face. An actual fork. He dug a fork into her face. A fork stood on end in her cheek. A fork.” Three couples. Thirty years. Mothers and daughters. Lovers, partners, husbands and wives. Babies, teenagers, birthdays, holidays, honeymoons, terrorist attacks, fireworks, near-misses, rain. This is a play about all of it. The smallest tremble. A smashed glass. The ripping apart of space and time. An explosion. “Will you kiss me at New Year – when the clock strikes will you?”Phoebe Eclair-Powell’s stunning new play was the 2019 winner of the Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting. SHED: EXPLODED VIEW is a delicately woven tapestry about violence, love and loss, brought to the stage by award-winning director Atri Banerjee.