|20th May 2022|
The Byre Theatre St Andrews
University of St Andrews Abbey Street , St Andrews KY16 9LA
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You’ve made a really bad mistake in life. Is it possible to start over? What if you hurt others in the process? And what happens when your actions finally catch up with you?
Caryl Churchill’s powerfully disturbing drama, winner of the Evening Standard Award for Best Play, considers the damage parents can do to children, explores the question of nature versus nurture, and asks whether any of us can truly escape our past.
Lunchtime Theatre, pies served from 12.00pm, the show starts at 1.00pm
Pay What You Can £12 / £10 / £8
or £19 / £17 / £15 with a pie and non-alcoholic drink
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