19:00, Tue 24th – Sat 28th April 2012 at Corpus Playroom
Easter Week 0
'They spend their time mostly looking forward to the past.'
Osborne's famous, autobiographical piece presents the unhappy, unfulfilled marriage of Jimmy and Alison, the failures of the British middle class and the crumbling of family life. Sex, violence and trumpets combine in a defining piece of British theatre which coined the term 'angry young men'.
Set in the intimacy of the Corpus Playrooms and using an all female cast to get a unique perspective on this masculine piece of theatre, the production offers an intense perspective on the tragic farce of a failing young relationship.