Sennheiser Studio Theatre, LIPA, Mount Street, L1, 30 November – 2 December, 7.30pm (Matinee 2.30pm on 2 December)
A working class town. As night descends, Scullery takes us on a tour to meet its inhabitants, uncover its secrets and share in the living nightmare.
A filthy, furious and hilarious modern British classic brought to visceral life, Road’s divisive significance has never been more resonant.
Written in 1986 during Margret Thatcher’s second term as Prime Minister, Jim Cartwright’s play gives expression to the inhabitants of an unnamed road in an unnamed northern town. Performed by third-year Acting students.