When: 5.30pm, Tuesday 25 October 2016
Where: University Book Shop, 378 Great King St
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org | 03 477 6976 (Not necessary to attend but very useful for catering)
A comic strip is not so funny when you’re drawing to forget.
Their dreams of parenthood dashed, Harvey and Isobel go for dream jobs instead. Harvey hangs up his stethoscope to become a cartoonist and Isobel takes a promotion at the local museum. Then an abandoned baby comes up for adoption, and Harvey and Isobel discover a family is more work than they bargained for. By Fleur’s eighth birthday it’s all come together nicely – then a voice from the past threatens to nuke their hard-won happiness. Harvey doesn’t stop to think. He acts, and with tragic consequences.
Strip is an intriguing drama that explores how far good people will go to protect the people they love, and asks: Is it possible to love too much?