‘we do what we’re supposed to and the world’s a better place, right?’
Welcome to Fiji Land. Things are very simple here. Listen for the alarm. Smile for the camera. Follow orders.
Grainer, Tanc, and Wolstead are here to keep watch, guard the prisoners, and try to stay cool. Fiji Land is a surreal and incisive play about the very real things that happen when the cell doors shut and the world looks away.
‘as long as we’re safe, we don’t want to know what’s going on to keep it that way, do we?’
‘A strange but deeply affecting production’ The Stage
‘Emotionally and intellectually provocative’ The Public Reviews
‘A richly imaginative, darkly witty and at times unsettling experience’ ✭✭✭✭ Exeunt Magazine
OffWestEnd Award Most Promising Playwright nominee Nick Gill’s recent work includes Sand (Royal Court Theatre) and Mirror Teeth, also nominated for OffWestEnd Award Best New Play.
Please note that this production contains adult language, scenes of a sexual nature and scenes of moderate violence.
There will be a post-show discussion about the play with writer Nick Gill and members of the company after the show on Friday 31st January, which will last approximately 20 minutes.