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Bonfire Night. Present day Salford. A disparate group of warring siblings gather at the family home under the shadow of impending loss. Amidst the cut and thrust of spiky Salford banter, long harboured resentments rise to the surface, and loyalties are tested as family bonds unite and divide, unravel and unwind. This deeply emotional comedy drama explores the relationships we have with our roots, and with those that we love but don Contains strong language. Please be aware that there will be smoking on stage during the performancePerformers Kate Anthony (Carol), Judith Barker (Aunty Sheila), Susan Cookson, Naomi Radcliffe (Samantha), Julie Riley, Paul Simpson (Phillip).
Author Ayub Khan-Din. Producer Library Theatre Company. Producer The Lowry. Director Mark Babych.
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