Terence is sick of people making a fuss of Alexander. His looks. His money. His fame.
Who wouldn’t resent so successful a son?
Even if he is only ten years old.
Joseph Connolly’s brilliant new comedy of manners weaves together a domestic tableaux of characters – those with old-fashioned manners, tabloid manners, and no manners at all – in a satire on oedipal envy, neighbourly rivalry and the shameless stupidity of our fame-fuelled society.