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Salt of the Earth archiveEdinburgh Festival Fringe First Award 1988. Winner of 5 Joseph Jefferson Awards Chicago 1989. A humorous, affectionate and touching story of life in the West Yorkshire coalfields, spanning two generations from 1947 to 1988. Capturing the ambitions, joys, fears and disappointments of sisters Annie and May Parker and May’s son Paul, as he tries to achieve academic success and fulfilment away from the mining community in which he grew up. Successfully weaving humour and pathos together as the family start to build their lives only to slowly fall apart as the outside world presses in. This is a rollercoaster journey across nearly four decades. Capturing the ambitions, joys, fears and disappointments of sisters Annie and May Parker and May's son Paul as he tries to achieve academic success and fulfilment away from the mining community in which he grew up. Successfully weaving humour and pathos together as the family start to build their lives only to slowly fall apart as the outside world presses in. This is a rollercoaster journey across nearly four decades.

Author John Godber.

Archive listings for Salt of the Earth

Work type: Play.

T0953423909

Producer Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Director Sue Wilson.
15 Jun 11 to 25 Jun 11The Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol :: V1384579886
listing details L708000130

T0602055750

Producer Farnworth Little Theatre. Director Dave Eyre.
14 Mar 09 to 21 Mar 09Farnworth Little Theatre, Bolton :: V481
listing details L433942333

T0279512949

Producer Hull Truck. Director John Godber. Performer Jack Brady. Performer John Gully. Performer Robert Hudson. Performer Jacqueline Naylor. Performer Lynn Roden. Performer Amy Thompson.
22 Sep 05 to 15 Oct 05Hull Truck Theatre, Hull :: V935
listing details L1835150066

T0876927727

Company Wakefield Little Theatre.
29 May 01Theatre Royal Wakefield, Wakefield :: V979
listing details L0571339249

T1250808686

Company Third Nail.
23 Nov 00 to 25 Nov 00Arts Centre, Rotherham :: V960
listing details L656112448

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