Fri 24 March 2017
£13, £11 conc
Ivy Arts Centre
Friday 24 March, 7.30pm
2ND YEAR ACTORS
‘A surreal vision of the contemporary urban landscape…. uncomfortable and magical, funny and bitter’ The Guardian
This award winning play was premièred at The Royal Court Theatre in 1986.
In the course of one night, the drunken guide Scullery conducts a tour of his Road, a derelict Lancashire street. A portrait of desperation in the north of England under Thatcher’s government: all human life is here in various guises.
By Jim Cartwright
Director Michael Toumey
By arrangement with Samuel French Limited
Strong language and adult themes.