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A crime has been committed. The victim has a choice to make. The criminal is waiting. His life. In her hands. 

With shades of Harold Pinter, Debbie Tucker Green’s hang is a shattering and meticulously crafted three-hander about one woman and the unspeakable decision she must face. 


“Provocative, touching, darkly humorous… its understated power is remarkable.”

– Time Out


"a fine achievement that poses a series of moral and ethical questions about society, the legal process, and how we would behave if placed on either side"

– British Theatre Guide


"Cataclysm in a small space. Explosion in lower case… in hang, it becomes clear only gradually what has prompted the meeting of three people in terrifying space."

– The Guardian


"Debbie tucker green is a law unto herself… always provocative, original and written in an unmistakable voice… A powerful experience."

– The Arts Desk


"What a stark, probing evening this is… A short, sharp satire about privatisation… Poised and poetic, with such  pitch-black humor that laughs pop like gasps in reverse… This is a play that simmers all the way to the boil..."

– Whats on Stage

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