‘Forbidden Fruit’: An old adversary returns with an unexpected request. ‘Lesser Voices’: It all started with a drop-in visit to a monastery... ‘An Umbrella is Another Thing’: A ‘mislaid’ umbrella causes havoc in Aunt Bea’s rambling house. And what on earth is going on in the vegetable patch? ‘Just Desserts’: Uproar and chaos hits a theatre production. ‘Too Cold for Snow’: What has happened to the dinner guests? ‘Vodka with Arnold’: Arnold is not what he seems. ‘Stray Paths’: After her husband’s sudden disappearance Connie begins to learn more of his private life. ‘Crystal Clear’: A new nanny starts work for a prestigious household. It’s not long before things start going pear-shaped. In this collection of plays a number of unusual developments and changes alter the lives of the various characters within.
Dominic O’Sullivan was born in North London and grew up in Muswell Hill. He has, however, spent much of his time in East Anglia. He studied German at the University of East Anglia under the guidance of his tutor Dr W G ‘Max’ Sebald. His collection of short stories ‘Swifts’ was first published in 2009, the title story of which has also been performed as a play.