The last Will and Testament of Henry Van Dyke
29TH AUGUST to 1ST SEPTEMBER 2018
"The woods would be very silent if no birds sang except those that sang best."
What do men talk about when left to their own devices? Men who aren’t particularly interested in football or cars, aren’t into gaming, and aren’t very successful with women…
In amongst exchanging anecdotes and insults, they might get around to discussing and planning a play. The play might even be good. If only they could agree on what story to tell and how to tell it. After all, why not? The woods would be very silent if no birds sang except those that sang best.
This exciting debut play from Karrim Jalali is for anyone who has ever yearned to create.
By Karrim Jalali
Director Spencer Noll
Karrim Jalali: Writer
Originally from the Wirral, Karrim Jalali now calls London his home, where he’s been based for over a decade. He works full-time in local government, and in his spare time writes essays, prose, and poetry which have been published in a range of magazines, websites and journals. This is his first play.