How Love Is Spelt
Peta is new in town and ready for whatever London has to throw at her. She's looking for romance, for friendship, for exciting people to lead her on big adventures. But being an independent woman in the new millennium isn't easy, especially when there's a constant reminder of the life you're trying to escape.
With each new encounter, Peta flirts with what might have been, but has the journey to London put enough distance between her and her past?
"The finest and most assured writing to be found outside the National Theatre this year. .. a moving and mature study of love, loneliness and the need to define one's identity. .. One of the year's undoubted highlights. "- Evening Standard
"A remarkably assured new talent. I can't remember a play in recent years that so adroitly captured the difficulty of being young and alone in the capital or did so with such refreshing humour. ..There's nothing loud or brash about this drama of youthful disillusion, but it's well worth shouting about. "- Daily Telegraph
"Moss's writing evokes these nocturnal collisions beautifully, using silence as powerfully as words, and brittle comedy as deftly as tremendous sadness. "- Guardian