An overnight train, somewhere in Europe. Karina, a very British writer, naively reports a woman sleeping in her bunk. Then she does it again. Forever connected by this simple action, these two women are played and replayed in the mind of a writer who examines the stories we tell each other and how we choose to tell them. This provocative and poignant new play weaves together the real testimony of Syrian refugees and the personal experience of writer Henry C Krempels.

“The best thing in Edinburgh” The London Review of Books

“An exceptional piece of theatre-making” The Scotsman

“Devastatingly effective” Lndnr Magazine

This production was selected as part of Brighton Fringe’s Arts Industry Showcase, WINDOW.