Lee Hall's extraordinary, award-winning play about faith, love and the meaning of life was first broadcast on Radio Four in 1997 to unprecedented acclaim, and was followed by a sell out run in London’s West End. A monologue by an exceptional autistic child, it is at turns funny, intensely moving and profound.


"And what was the meaning of all these things? And the meaning was if you found the spark – and it was finding the sparks inside you and setting them free."


Kathryn Hunter is one of the country’s most innovative and exciting performers, who has worked extensively with Théâtre de Complicité and the Royal National Theatre.


Lee Hall is one of Britain’s hottest young writers – his recent work includes Cooking with Elvis, A Servant to Two Masters, and the award-winning Oscar nominated screenplay Billy Elliott.