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A full-length stage play exploring degrees of attraction and repulsion experienced by characters who find themselves thrown together in a holiday camp in the south of France.

The Irish couple are latter-day Druids. Their daughter is an apprentice Druid. The two other couples are British. There is magic in the air, literally, and suspense intensifies as we try to figure out how benign or otherwise this magic actually is.

Dramatic tension rises and falls and earthy humour shares the stage with druidic ritual. These rituals create an ambience which allows for a questioning of reality and identity.

The veneer of modern civilization momentarily disappears and in its place something ancient and terrible, mysterious and cathartic, takes over the stage.

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