Image by Work Art Life Studios and Black Photography
by Alistair McDowall
Directed by Gary Abrahams
14 July – 11 August
Previews 9 – 12 July
Q&A Session following performance on Thursday 25 July
“You can’t be a good person anymore. There’s no such thing. There’s just people who are aware of the pain they’re causing, and people who aren’t aware.”
There’s a secret place right inside the concrete heart of the city. Pomona. Nobody knows what’s in there, it’s like a place time forgot. But every day a delivery van arrives and departs. What’s going on in there? Do you really want to know? Or do you simply have no choice?
Alistair McDowall’s dark and genre rich horror story is gripping from start to finish. A powerful modern thriller that asks what lies beneath the veneer of contemporary civilisation and what price must you pay to find it.
“Extraordinary and virtuosic.” – Time Out London
“A grimy, geeky hymn to the things beneath our feet, the things in our society we teach ourselves not to see.” – The Stage