Jude, a therapist, meets her girlfriend's reclusive flatmate. He spends all of his time inside drinking Capri Suns. He also claims to be God. But when one of Jude’s patients comes to her having had visions of a strange man in his flat, she finds herself caught up in the birth of John’s new religion.
What lies beyond death? What lay before life? Neon is a bold new play that explores loneliness, death and transcendence, and the potential to find faith in the unlikeliest of spaces.
Neon was first performed at Roborough Studios in Exeter in June 2018, before moving to StuFF Festival at Nottingham New Theatre, and finishing its tour with a sell-out run at the Camden Fringe, in August 2018.
For the 2018 Camden Fringe, Samuel James took over from Stuart Duncan and Patrick Swain took over from Ben Mallett.