A man and his microwave live on the top floor of a forgotten block of council flats. He writes letters of complaint. The city below him was once his own, now it belongs to someone else entirely. Shouts from the street, shoes clicking down the stairs outside, a ticking in the ear that could be something or could be nothing at all. It's all over, it's all over they say, over and over. It's all over, but he's not going without a fight. A new one-man play from award-winning and internationally produced playwright Florence Read.