Luke is fifteen and looking for respect.
Growing up on a council estate isn't easy, especially when your mother's got a new man in her life.
In a place where fast cars and fast money are the ultimate status, Luke befriends Nelson, who wants to teach him that fear breeds respect.
Charlie, an old family friend, is onto Nelson's game. Armed with a lifetime of 'been there, done that', how can he persuade Luke to give up and play straight?
Or is Luke too far gone to call game over?
Mark Norfolk is an award winning playwright and filmmaker. His other plays for
the stage include Where The Flowers Grow, Naked Soldiers (Warehouse Theatre) and Wrong Place (Soho Theatre) all published by Oberon Books as is Knock Down Ginger.