On the morning of their friend Sean’s funeral, a broken friend group is forced back together by the tragedy. Blame and resentment come to the surface as they discover they are not welcome at the funeral – but who is responsible?
The three boys who began their relationship with drugs the night they met at freshers two years prior must now decide if the time has come to leave it behind.
As the boys prepare to leave university will they wake up and reach for something greater or be next in line to the same fate?
Eoin Sweeney’s writing debut is an exploration of friendship, loss, drug culture and its normalisationwhen young men enable that of each other. The story documents one group of boys’battle with teenage recklessness and its deadly consequences.
Gear was written for stage and has been adapted into a short film.
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