Or, how an off-brand Churchill grabbed the greasy rudder of world history.
A confident, heartfelt show ensures that the reality of the people of the pits is never lost.
A startlingly-realised take on one of the best-selling novels of the 21st century.
A purgatorial primer into issues of tolerance, multiculturalism and free speech.
Jack Carter is back to settle debts, rattle cages and uncover the horrible truth about the death of his brother.
Ferdy Roberts leads this modern production, with his relentless physicality transitioning from early swagger to frantic paranoia as the consequences of his hellish situation unfold. Literally bathed in blood, he remains indelibly marked throughout by the cowardly murder, marking all those he comes into contact with.