Monday to Friday, Lucy catches the 8am train to London Bridge.

 9am, her day begins at Insignia Asset Management. She is in charge of the photocopier, printer, scanner, shredder and binder.

 She's starting to wonder how this fits into The Grand Scheme Of Things?

 One day, Lucy rescues the abused office pot plant and her life alters. Inside her flat 24 floors up, she starts to plant, cultivate and nurture her own personal wilderness.

★★★★  

  "Quietly Revolutionary"  Scotsman

★★★★  

  "Grace's performance is a breath of fresh air" Three Weeks

★★★★    

 "I haven't cared this much about a character in a long time" Broadway Baby

★★★★  

  "Gives it's audience a thirst to live their own lives with a little more joy & spontaneity" The Skinny

"It's startling how revolutionary optimism can feel" Total Theatre

Garden premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2015, where it was shortlisted for the Brighton Fringe Award for Theatrical Excellence. It embarked on an Arts Council funded tour in Autumn 2016.