An evening of writing in development from distinctive new voices. Two Sisters by Max Dickens Two estranged sisters rush to be by their father's bedside in his final hours. They've barely been in contact for twenty years. Tonight they talk it out. When the only thing these sisters have in common disappears, why should they stay together? Yemi by Nouveau Riche Yemi has everything in her life - a good family, good church congregation, friends and a dream job. But as her 30th birthday approaches she is overwhelmed by the fact that she doesn't have a husband. If blatant reminders from her traditional Nigerian family and church weren't hard enough to digest, the news of her little sister getting engaged might just tip her over the edge... Hold Me In Thine Eyes by Nemo Martin A pebble beach in Kent, 2018. It has been a year since Hamlet. Horatio has not lived a single day without agony since. Horatio is in denial. It has been a year since Twelfth Night. Antonio Romera has an Agony Aunt radio show, documenting his continued stalking of Sebastian. He is quickly becoming the town drunk. Antonio is in mourning. Neither have been in control of their fate, rolling with the sea - until now. Watch List by Fran Bushe Simon and Arla are in love. Simon is going to die. Soon. But Simon has a plan to get more time. A plan that gives Arla cold nightmares.