‘I’m not like most actors. I’m not acting.’ Annie’s 13 and she wets the bed. After landing a huge role in a late-night television drama, she’s left alone in an adult world, struggling to make sense of the things she is told to say on camera. Soon, Annie’s comfortable childhood begins to fall apart. Charting the decline of a young TV actress, this daring new play explores society’s uneasy relationship with child violence. Debut play from George Attwell Gerhards. Produced by Paperback with the generous support of the Lord Rootes Memorial Fund.