LOST loves, bad jokes and bus drivers all come under fire in the bittersweet comedy, How To Die In A Domestic Environment, which opens in Highgate next week.

In her debut as writer and director, Nancy Walsh has created a bizarrely comic, yet heartbreaking world, in which five characters struggle to come to grips with their past.

Produced by MokitaGrit Productions, which was founded earlier this year, the show has already received critical acclaim at both the Oxford and Brighton Fringe Festivals.

MokitaGrit Productions’ How To Die In A Domestic Environment arrives on Saturday, June 6, 8pm, at Jacksons Lane, Archway Road. Details: 020 8341 4421 or www.jacksonslane.org.uk