It’s 1984 and the author of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Douglas Adams, is in trouble. Famously bad with deadlines, Adams has been sequestered away to a London hotel by his publisher to finish his new book, which is already months late. But with a whole universe of distractions – including a talking plastic duck who seems to know a worrying amount about him – finishing the book seems infinitely improbable...
"What fun. Excellent writing, very much in Douglas’s vein, and a convincing insight into the workings of his mind." - Simon Jones, "Arthur Dent"
“ an exuberant show... a respectful and affectionate tribute to a much-missed author ” Manchester Theatre Awards
“ funny and inspiring in equal measure... a minor triumph ” View from the Cheap Seat
“ essential for Adams fans – forget the meaning of life, this is the meaning of theatre ” the Fiction Stroker
"a smart, fond, funny tribute to Adams the man at his most raw and revealing" We are Cult.
"a perfect love letter to Douglas Adams" Set the Tape.