An investigation into what happens when we discover that our parents are flawed human beings and that at some point, sooner than we think, they are suddenly going to disappear from our lives. Intimate and funny, this play presents a lifetime of conversations, condensed into one, that is being repeated. The piece is slyly structured so that during each reiterated exchange the emotions are slightly different. The effect is of a play so accurately written that the entire text becomes subtext as mother and daughter discuss a bath, a visit to an aunt, a cup of tea. It's the very banality of these conversations that makes them so charged, quietly building to an understated conclusion in which love, anger and regret become so layered that you might feel a sudden urgent need to call your own parents and children.