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It is 1985. Philip Larkin is the nation's best-loved poet. He sits in his suburban house in Hull, drinking too much, listening to his beloved jazz and wondering why he can't write any more. Award-winning playwright Gail Lowe explore's the roots of Larkin's poetry - his happy childhood, his need for privacy, and the complex relationships he had with the women in his life.
Archive :: production:T210149562, play:S0592189379, venue:V1170