Conceived in the format of a TV Play and set in an old people's home, The Future's Getting Old Like The Rest Of Us, takes B.S. Johnson's 1971 experimental novel House Mother Normal as its formal departure point. Employing the logic of a musical score, the script is edited into a vertical structure, featuring eight simultaneous monologues.

Featuring actors Roger Booth, Corinne Skinner Carter, Janet Henfrey, Ram John Holder, Anne Firbank, William Hoyland Jane Wood and musician John Tilbury. Script developed in Collaboration with filmaker and writer George Clark.

Commissioned by Camden Council with the Serpentine Gallery, London