"A Saturday night in a small town in Wales. Three lads in their twenties who are still stuck with their school reputations, the gimp, the geek and the bully. They all share the same dream, to get the hell out of this town. To get something out of life... Or maybe just go to the local pub? " The story is told by 3 Welsh men in their twenties, without money, self-esteem, but with much alcohol and drugs. Each of this guys take turns to speak their truth, having a rant about this one night when everything could change. This is also a play about men, but "There used to be an argument that a play couldn't be called feminist - even one with an all-female cast - if its characters' lives were defined by men. Gary Owen's three-hander from 2001 offers the opposite scenario. It is about three men in a Welsh town whose lives are defined by women." Mark Fisher, 2011, The Guardian. Crazy Gary's Mobile Disco, the breakthrough play from Welsh writer Gary Owen, explores masculinity in crisis and what it means to be a man in 21st century Wales. Its packed full of mindless violence, the truly extraordinary and the just plain mad.