Written and directed by Anna Jordan
Hayley has lost too much, and Geoff has nothing to lose. Two strangers meet on the top of a tower block in East London. They are both at crisis point, and feel there is only one way out. We follow Hayley and Geoff as they share arguments, confessions, dreams, and six cans of Stella. Can their new found friendship convince them that life is worth living? Or will they drive each other over the edge? Can a perfect stranger save you from yourself?
No Reason at All Except I Have Toothache was Anna Jordan’s first play, and showed at the LAMDA black box studio over two nights in September 2006, starring Helen Carter and Aidan Clooke.