Son, brother and patient, Graham subsists on a full-fat diet of petty grievances and crosswords. From a squeaky hinge to overflowing bins, Graham can’t resist latching onto life's little injustices. But now Mum's ill, Edith's cracked and, so it seems, has his mind. Can Graham step up to help his family and recover his sanity? Is he even wearing the right shoes? And what’s heaven like? Because he’d rather be in hell than a crowded place. A warm play about care, psychosis and the real estate market of the afterlife. Is Graham mad or are we?