What do you need to get you through the day? An idea? A calling? Absolution? Love? How much of yourself are you willing to give? What are you willing to sacrifice? Are we all our brothers' keeper or is it every man for himself? These are the questions at the heart of David Hare's Skylight. A play that is both socially relevant and deeply human.
Appetite Theatre's latest production is a fierce argument, a great conversation, a high-stakes night of food, sex, and socio-economics.
Winner of the 1996 Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Play, the New York Post has said, "David Hare's luminously beautiful and wildly truthful Skylight is deeply and truly about people..." The New York Times hails, "Mr. Hare has written a play that is both devastatingly clear-sighted and compassionate."