In St Grace’s, the sisters are divided. Outside, the world is increasingly marked by man’s reliance on technology but an angry nation fears the changes that innovation brings. When an unusual postulant arrives at the convent some see her presence as a miracle but to others, she’s the biggest threat to their way of life. How long can the nuns hide from this growing unrest?
We’re Children of God, Sister. No hunk of metal could replace any one of us.
Tim Foley is a writer based in Manchester. He is the Associate Artist for Pentabus Theatre, and previously their Channel 4 Playwright. Tim’s first full-length play, The Dogs of War, premiered at the Old Red Lion Theatre in May 2015 and won the 2016 OffWestEnd award for Most Promising New Playwright. His next play, Astronauts of Hartlepool, premiered at the 2017 VAULT Festival and won a VAULT Origins Award for Outstanding New Work. Tim is currently on the HighTide First Commissions scheme, and he also writes audio dramas set in the world of Doctor Who and Torchwood for Big Finish Productions.