Eight is daring and loud, with biting humour and an exhilarating power that thumps throughout the script. Made up of eight monologues, the play examines the effect that a sex, image and commerce-obsessed society has on young people. Themes surrounding inequality, first love, war trauma, Tracy Emin, infidelity, The Archers, cocaine and grief are all explored through radically different characters. In the 10 years since its premiere at Bedlam, Eight has appeared in New York and the West End, winning awards and critical acclaim. Now, the EUTC is bringing it back to the stage where it all began.