It's the final rehearsal before the Little Abingdon Band Competition. The pressure is on: the winner gets an opening slot at the big local festival and airplay at 2am on regional radio. And dreams of major stardom, of course.
With three bands through to the final, tensions are high in the local rehearsal complex, particularly when we realise they all share the same drummer...
A lively comedy play, told entirely from behind a drumkit. Drummer/storyteller Paul Richards delves deep into the edgy world of local bands, their aspirations and the bond music gives, even for those who thoroughly dislike each other.
“Like an alternative Ferris Bueller... the escalating web of chaos is skilfully scripted in the vein of a classic film comedy.” ★ ★ ★ ★ (The Scotsman)