ENGLAND is the story of one thing placed inside another: a heart inside another person’s body, theatre inside a gallery, a character inside an actor, a play inside its audience. ENGLAND explores the boundaries between art and human beings. The performance is about sickness and the search for health at any cost, a tour through space and across borders: from an art gallery to a jam factory, from Edinburgh to Osaka, from a hospital bed to a hotel room. This tour to the end of the world continues Tim Crouch’s fascination with the nature of the theatrical experience and the communication of an idea from performer to audience. ENGLAND is performed in thin air, within space, between people.