Shout Fire

A group of friends are getting ready for a night out. However, when Ella arrives from outside, terrified and distressed, they begin talking about things that should not be accepted as normal in the most normal way.

“My mum always told me that you’re supposed to shout ‘fire’ if anybody attacks you and there‘s nobody nearby. Because apparently if you shout ‘help’ or something then people will stay inside because they don’t want to get involved. But if you shout ‘fire’ then they’ll come running. And then they’re there, so they kind of have to help.” 

Creative Team