As writer-director.

A comedy about immigration.

Premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe, short run at Battersea Arts Centre, transferred to Trafalgar Studios (London). Toured to Prague Festival and Adelaide Fringe Festival. Produced on off-Broadway by Urban Stages.

Produced by MahWaff Theatre Company.


Metro – ‘Exceptional… a nimble satire on the duplicitous nature of popular attitudes to immigration… Painstakingly crafted, visually stunning and full of mirth.’  ★★★★★

Daily Telegraph – ‘For one delirious hour, they extracy mighty, guilty guffaws of laughter from the flashpoint subject of immigration… ‘Angry Young Man’ deserves a longer West End life at a later date.’ ★★★★

Evening Standard – ‘Brisk, funny and slicker than an oil spill in a tuxedo’ ★★★★★

Broadway Baby – ‘I firmly believe Ben Woolf is one of the most originally talented writers in the world… fantastically clever stuff… intelligent, contemporary and side-achingly funny.’  ★★★★★

Hollywood Reporter – ‘Observant and funny stuff… very entertaining… fine and amusing entertainment.’

Winner of Adelaide Fringe Festival Best Play and Best Show Overall.