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'Don't you feel quite… privileged? To be here now. To be young,

and here and alive. Not many people can say that.
'

Jonathan's a bright boy with a great future and people expect things of him. Especially now that his Dad's walked out, Mum's got her career and Danny needs looking after. Danny, his brother with Down's syndrome and a love of creative swearing. But his best friend needs him too. They're partners in crime and, anyway, it's hard work burgling houses all on your own.

A lot can happen in a year. Especially when it's the most important year of your life.

David Watson is 22. His first play, JUST A BLOKE, was staged as part of the Royal Court Young Writers' Festival when he was 17.

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Sound Designer
Direction
Lighting
Designer

Cast

Cary Crankson

Actor

Will Knightly
Ashley Madekwe
Mossie Smith
Scott Swadkins

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@PhoebeEclair @bushtheatre @atri_rohan This was absolutely bloody brilliant. I couldn’t take my eyes off the screen… https://t.co/8yMzYUUzG6
Claire
@CustardWindows
14 Apr
@bushtheatre's Harm was phenomenal. No lie it had me literally shouting at the screen.
Igor Memic
@IgorMemic
14 Apr
Jen's Cupcakery
@Jenscupcakery
13 Apr
Would HIGHLY recommend Lights Up: Harm on BBC Four, directed by the amazing @atri_rohan!
Alfred Ireland
@98ireland
13 Apr
That was frickin brilliant! Spellbinding storytelling. @bushtheatre Leanne Best is phenomenal. Hooray for theatre!… https://t.co/UkiK2nj46P
Kaisa Hammarlund
@KaisaHammarlund
13 Apr

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