A small village in Northamptonshire is one of the last places you would think to find a factory producing high heels for men, and even a Reverend writing about it. But such is the unorthodox world of Earls Barton that you would have found both.
For love or money is a play based in small town Yorkshire, set in the 1920’s. Adapted from the eighteenth-century play Turncaret written by Alain René Lesage. Directed by Barrie Rutter and designed by Jessica Worrall. The story follows a love triangle between widower Rose and her two potential suitors Arthur, the doctor’s son and bank manager Algy Fuller.
Torben Betts critically-acclaimed play, Invincible, kicks off the New Vic’s summer season with a clever combination of comedy and heartache.
The lives of the people of Stoke-on-Trent in World War One are set to be portrayed on stage at the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery.