by Sally MacAlister
‘I’m going to chew my food before I swallow. I’m going to drink a glass of water in between every single glass of wine. And I’m going to let you tell him.’
Rona and Sophie are twins. They are one organ. They share a brain. But there are certain things they don’t see eye to eye on. Rona wants to fight. Sophie wants to forget.
When Sophie’s partner comes to dinner, Rona needs to make a call: allow her sister the life she’s always wanted, or unearth a family secret, long-hidden before the two were even whispers of people.
Tiny Babies is a raw and unflinching dark comedy, exploring inherited trauma in bodies that weren’t there, but still feel it.