Frances has decided to fly to Dublin to spit on Sister Ina Marsh's grave. It's an act of revenge long overdue. Ina Marsh, after all, is the woman who left Frances' then-teenage grandmother without so much as a friend in Jesus. Frances' grandmother has curious and inconvenient ways of making her presence felt. This darkly humorous piece tracks one woman's saliva-fuelled odyssey to rectify the wrongs of history, whilst bringing both Franceses, young and old, to life. It's a work which explores family, thwarted journeys, and whether doing the right thing is ever as right as intended.