Expenses scandals, cash for questions, fat-cat bankers, austerity, riots - the whole country was crying out for a fresh start...
The people had lost faith in the political establishment. Step forward John Brown, future leader of the Green Party. A man with vision. A man with charisma. But a man with a problem. His outstanding, rousing speech at the party conference calls for supporters to ‘Go green... or die’. Words that will take on a new meaning in the coming days.
David Tristram is among the best of British comedy playwrights who can turn his irreverent sense of humour to almost any unlikely subject; well known for the spoof Inspectors Drake whodunits and his take on the world of amateur theatre in the Little Grimley plays. He has also written numerous short plays, two films and a humorous novel. In Going Green he gives us a bitter-sweet comedy about a successful but unfortunate politician.