Play, Milton Court
by Jim Cartwright
Paul Foster director
Liam Bunster designer
Georgie Bottone lighting designer
Levi Meehan-Powell sound designer
Mandy Gordon movement director
Kate Waters fight director
Raniah Al-Sayed intimacy director
Lucy Lawless assistant costume designer
'Cartwright’s vivid language, with its ugly-beautiful poetry, its rage and compassion, still grabs you by the throat and squeezes, hard.'
Set in 1980s Britain, Road explores the lives of the inhabitants of an unnamed street in a small Lancashire town. Unemployment is high, an unpopular leader is re-elected and the country is recovering from a recession. But tonight, there’s a party to go to.
Poignant, funny and poetic, Road is a portrayal of ordinary people’s lives set against the backdrop of a nation divided.
Jim Cartwright’s Road is 'uncomfortable and magical...funny and bitter...a northern Under Milk Wood' (Sunday Times). Paul Foster directs this production.
Please note, this production contains strong language, violence and scenes of a sexual nature.
£10 (£5 concessions)
This amateur production of “Road” is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals Ltd. on behalf of Samuel French Ltd.
A recording of this production will be available to watch online for free after the performances.
Watch online from 2 March.
Milton Court Studio Theatre