it made no sense at first

In a quiet suburban book club, a man shoots somebody for no reason.

'it made no sense at first' is a modern response to Albert Camus’ 'The Outsider'

- exploring violence and the meaning we make from it.
 

★★★★

‘A gripping adaptation’ 

"The ‘unstageable’ made stageable: Paperback Review" - The Boar Arts

'it made no sense at first' by @paperback_TC is a complex exploration of mindless violence, filtered through 'The Outsider'. Great work.  
Clown Funeral 

‘A brilliant construction.’

Jack Perkins - Barrel Organ

 

‘A powerful experience; doing a lot with a little, gesturing to big issues without ever becoming didactic.’

Samuel Thorogood - Clown Funeral

 

‘It is a really complex, thoughtful, articulate, intelligent show with much that will remain in the memory.’

Euan Kitson - Walrus, Barrel Organ

 

‘A deeply intelligent and interesting performance from an exciting new company.’ 

Patrick Russell - Playwright

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