Salt Meets Wound
Dylan Singer needs to leave London. With his alcoholic ex-fiancée he heads to Central Asia, to research the book he's always dreamt of writing. But it's 2002, the height of the War on Terror, and Uzbekistan isn't the belly-dancing opium den they have been led to believe.
From 11th Century Samarkand, through the Great Fire of London, to a disused weapons facility in the remotest place on earth, Salt Meets Wound is an epic odyssey spanning a thousand years.
Tom Morton-Smith's debut is a magnificent delve into the jigsaw pieces of modern events and history. It opened at the Theatre503 in May 2007.
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