Simon Wu's play, OIKOS, was the opening production for Jellyfish Theatre, a temporary theatre space built of reclaimed materials.
Salil, a highly-successful businessman, has it all worked out: career, family, river-view des-res in Chiswick and a beautiful mistress. So why is he increasingly haunted by ghosts from the Old Country? When the Thames bursts its banks and his family scramble to keep their heads above water, the very foundations of his perfect life are threatened and Salil is forced to look to both his future and his past for redemption.
Oikos was developed at the National Theatre Studio.
Jellyfish Theatre has now been recycled. It was located on Union Street, London SE1.
Jellyfish Theatre was part of the OIKOS Project by Red Room and partners.
editors' note: see our blog on Ashdenizen about the Jellyfish Theatre here.