In the hope of a new start with her unborn child, Ada moves to Australia. We are soon informed from six feet under that her life hasn’t been going to plan.In another attempt to start afresh, Ada is now on a camping holiday with her new boyfriend Martin. While Martin is keen to share everything from his past to strengthen their relationship, Ada wants to keep them buried. Only it’s not entirely up to her – her now-dead mother has decided to come visit her in the forms of forest creatures, while her son surfaces back on land after having dug a tunnel from his grave.The absurdity of this tale is saved by a funny, intelligent and unconventional script and presentation. The show does an excellent job of switching between surreal comedy and disturbing psychodrama. The use of puppetry and a grown man playing the role of an eight year old is equally amusing and entertaining. Despite being a student production, the show is admirably professional and there is a mature, straightforward and serious tone behind all the silliness. Though it’s confusing at times, and finishes weakly (the audience realised the show had come to an end only after being prompted), the show is worth seeing even if just for it’s quirkiness.