If there were a genre called plays for tough times, David Greig’s "Summer" would be there.
First staged in 2008, it offered a welcome escape from the drama of the financial crash.
Director Anne Simon and her cast of Larisa Faber and Daron Yates will test its enduring power to delight to the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic.
The plot follows a failing car salesman and divorce lawyer on a lost weekend of car chases, wedding fallouts and midnight trysts. Performances at the Théâtre National de Luxembourg (TNL), on 4, 8, 11 June at 8pm and 6 June at 5pm.