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Set sometime quite soon and in a fortified, steel-shuttered, slovenly flat in a no-go area of North London where punk things violently rule the deserted streets. Lonely composer Jerome sits surrounded by sophisticated high-tech, audio-visual equipment with only a robot nanny, NAN 300F for company - and she is somewhat on the blink. Jerome desperately wants to get his teenage daughter back and enlists the services of Zoe, an out-of-work actress for a cunning plan he's evolved to impress his estranged wife, Corinna, and a wired-for-sound Child Welfare Officer. When things don't work out with Zoe, Jerome has to improvise and its amazing what can be done with some new microchips and a screwdriver...!Author Alan Ayckbourn. Producer Stephen Joseph Theatre (in association with Guildford's Yvonne Arnaud Theatre). Corporate Sponsor Investec. Director Alan Ayckbourn. Design Roger Glossop. Costume Rebecca Cartwright. Lighting Jason Taylor. Director Sarah Hughes (casting director).
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