Screaming Secrets

SCREAMING SECRETS by Alexander Matthews

Suppose your life were curtailed by a terminal illness.

Would that alter a moral decision between doing exactly what you want or helping your father? Does a truncated life change the moral balance of that choice? This is the dilemma that Antonio has to face.

Screaming Secrets is an intelligent and witty new play by Alexander Matthews that places relationships and moral dilemmas under scrutiny through the writer’s philosophical lens.

Tristan Bates Theatre 31 January to 24 February 2018.

‘Imaginatively conceived and confidently written’ … ‘strong potential drama’ … ‘out-Stoppards Stoppard’… ‘an intelligent piece, well-structured and lovingly written’ … ‘stimulating’ … ‘well-constructed’ … ‘great energy’ … ‘an engaging piece of writing, not least its exploration of psycho-therapeutic issues’
– National Theatre Readers