I love Christmas, did I mention that? I wanna open presents and drink too much. And Mum and Dad cannot stop me, not from six feet under.

This is it: the first Christmas the twins are spending without their parents. The funeral is barely finished so that’s all the more reason to make it the best Christmas ever. But when you’re stuck in a Santa onesie, with too much Baileys and Christmas joy, it can be hard to keep your head straight.

A two-hander for sixteen actors, Wonder Winterland is a new play about broken relationships, and how far we’re willing to go to fix them.

Written by Sami Ibrahim, who is the winner of the inaugural Theatre Uncut Political Playwriting Award for two Palestinians go dogging, which will be produced at the Royal Court in April 2020

Directed by Blythe Stewart, who was recently appointed as Resident Assistant Director at the Donmar Warehouse and has been twice nominated as Best Director in the Off-West End Awards for Skin A Cat and The Moor.

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