Kirsty Eyre's new play explores what class means today. As 'class' becomes more of a mentality than a category of social hierarchy, interpretations of 'classy' become ever more subjective and more fascinating. And whilst some may not find it classy for a 'working class' (if there is such a thing) woman to take her clothes off for money, is it any classier for the 'middle classes' (ditto) to go and watch? And does an understanding of dinner etiquette and a posh accent also buy you a gold card to class, regardless of whether you cheat or lie? Rather than preach what is morally right or wrong, this play looks at exploring different interpretations of class through a handful of characters whose lives come together through Class, a strip joint.