BY DAVID GREIG | STARRING DERBHLE CROTTY
'How can I hate him if I don’t understand him?'
When something terrible happens, we want to know why. Why now? Why me? Why us? Claire, the priest of a small seaside village, wants to understand why a boy walked into her choir rehearsal and slaughtered several members. But her search consumes her, and the more information she gathers, the further she wanders from the truth and from herself.
This is a mighty play about not just one lost soul, but many. It is about grief and anger, but also about the things that bind us together as a community, the things that drive us apart, and what it is that makes us human.
David Greig’s daring new play asks how far forgiveness can go in...