One room, one baby, thirty days. Naomi's being tested for motherhood. If she passes, she can have a child, but her cousin failed six times and she's feeling nervous. The voices of her invigilators play over the tannoy while she stands alone with a cloth doll. Through simulations, the doll becomes a real baby, which can see, hear and feel everything except pain. 30 takes us on an urgent journey as Naomi desperately tries to earn the right to reproduce. Praise for (sorry): 'Sharply written critique' **** (Stage). 'Silletts writing is honest and brazen' **** (TheatreWeekly.com).