Is Anything Broken? by Dan Davis

Real-time comedy drama about the stress of modern life.  Ambitious architect Patrick is about to catch a flight to present a career defining project when his son has an accident at school. Go to him, or get on the plane?  This thrilling satire explores the new 10th circle of hell, where the super connected are forced by instant communications to make crucial life-changing decisions at light speed.

Produced by Player-Playwrights. Part of the Camden Fringe Festival. Premiered Tristan Bates Theatre, London, 2012.

Photos  Video trailer

Cast:                                                                   Creative team:

Simon Desborough                                           Sound Designer: Jon McLeod

Victora Johnston                                               Video Designer: Mafalda Cruz

Sakuntala Ramanee                                          Design: DOMMO

Liane-Rose Bunce

Lewis Goody

Andrew Ward


“This is a quick-fire and often complex display of ensemble acting, thanks to the experienced touch of director Maja Milatovic-Ovadia. … This play is a most enjoyable and penetrating satire on our super-connected lives and values. Don’t miss it.” (A World to Win)

“Captured the frenzied nature of high pressure professions. We can imagine many an architect nodding wearily with recognition.” (Architects’ Journal)

“Slick drama about career driven dad’s dilemma. Strong direction & ensemble.” (Camden New Journal)

“Wonderfully written and acted, Is Anything Broken? will undoubtedly prove to be one of the highlights of the Camden Fringe.” (***** VFTG)