PARTY TRAP

A PALINDROMIC TRAGEDY

PARTY TRAP is a play written entirely in palindromic form. Each line in the first half of the play is mirrored in the second half, creating a mind-bending story about media and politics in a post-truth age. 

A journalist and a politician clash during a live TV interview. What begins as a normal TV programme quickly unravels into a waking nightmare. A trap has been set: can either side escape it?

Includes introductory essay by the author.

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“Sutherland’s sheer skill means he’s pulled off something unparalleled. It’s a proper play, and a proper palindrome, with theme reflected in form reflected in theme.” - TIME OUT

 

First published December 2016 | 111 pages

 
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