Ali’s grandfather has died and he is struggling with grief. When the President of the United States unexpectedly visits Ali’s school, it should be the greatest day ever – but all Ali wants to do is hide. Unfortunately, he hides in the only toilet that the President’s security team deem safe for “Eagle” to use. Meanwhile, in space, Pluto, a small icy rock, is thrilled to be proclaimed part of the solar system – then devastated when the honour is taken away again.
Adam is a writer and director. He was Joint Director of Company of Angels 2011-2013 where highlights included directing Nordost; writing and directing four short films for the Equality and Human Rights Commission; and the short play project The Commissioners, for which he wrote Too Small To Be A Planet, Herpetology and Silence and Sound. Adam’s directing work also includes productions at the Orange Tree, Trafalgar Studios, Arcola, Finborough, King’s Head, HighTide, Stephen Joseph Theatre and in Copenhagen and Vienna. His short plays have been seen at Theatre 503, Southwark Playhouse, RADA and the Latitude and Wilderness Festivals.