Lockdown in London. Eight young people have their lives stopped. Eight young people want to love, to grieve, to dance, and to live. Eight young people paint a portrait of resilience. We follow the stories of eight characters in their twenties forced into introspection and reflection, at a moment in time where one had so much life and had nowhere to express it. We take a look through the eyes of the individual and offer a fresh insight to young people by expressing what is most meaningful when life and time itself seems to have stopped. This hopeful play comprises a series of monologues & duologues questioning a sense of self & our wider role within communities. It poses questions reaching across generational, socio-economic, and cultural barriers.