Laurie Sansom directs a new play by Ryan Craig exploring tribal loyalties, the culpability of family and the consequences of standing up for what you believe to be right.
The cast includes Henry Goodman.
As big-hearted patriarch David clings to a deal that could save both his ailing catering firm and his cherished standing in the Edgware Jewish community, his children are at loggerheads.
While eldest son Danny fights for the Israelis in Gaza, his sister investigates war crimes in that same conflict.
Their brother drinks and brawls and refuses to join their father's business.
But when tragedy strikes, each family member is forced to confront head-on the clash between individual identity and the demands and expectations of community.