The playwright draws his inspiration from his time working in a real life wet house.
"The residents there would come from a range of backgrounds. There would be a number of people with alcohol problems. We'd also house quite a number of people with drug addictions, that was primarily heroin addiction, but people used other drugs as well."
Life in a wet house is far from the idyllic paradise of carefree drug indulgence painted by some news articles.
"We'd also quite often get sex offenders straight from prison, pedophiles. We'd also tend to have a number of people with mental health problems, such as schizophrenia."
"It was quite a chaotic environment as you can imagine."
Residents from local charity, The Cyerians, contributed their own personal experiences to developing the play. According to Campbell, one participant described the situation in a wet house as "tank-like" during rehearsals for the play.
"Sharks at the top and minnows at the bottom. If it's not carefully managed, the more vulnerable people will have their money taken from them or suffer threats of violence."