When it opened at the Manchester International Festival last month, Idris Elba and Kwame Kwei-Armah's highly anticipated immersive production Tree was marred in controversy over authorship credits - to which both have responded.
It's now in residence at the Young Vic and interest remains untarnished if the long queue of people waiting for the doors to open is anything to go by.
Tree tells the story of London-born Kaelo (Alfred Enoch) and his journey to scatter his white mother's ashes in her South Africa homeland.
There he meets his white grandmother (Sinead Cusack) and black half-sister (Joan Iyiola) for the first time and sets out to discover what happened to his father.
Dance with the cast
The play opens with a club DJ playing music from Elba's own album and the audience is encouraged to dance on the low circular stage among the cast.
I did see one couple getting a selfie with Alfred Enoch - not sure if that is in keeping with the character of the piece or not.