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The Return archiveSet on the last train to Fremantle, The Return is a dark comedy that opens with two recently liberated convicts killing time by harassing fellow passengers. When a young girl boards the train, she quickly becomes the target of their attention. The Return was inspired by Cribb's own experience of two men terrorising a girl while people stood by and did nothing. If first premiered in Australia and won the Best In Adelaide Fringe Award. Supported by TNT Magazine


Alistair Scott-Young (Steve), Neal Foster (The Writer)


Author: Reg Cribb
Company: Birmingham Stage Company
Director: John-Paul Cherrington

The Return

The Return (Play) production archive for QTIX code T588691968. Details of all The Return archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S01496217509

Archive Listings

25 Oct 05
26 Nov 05
Old Red Lion
Inner London, Greater London
Performance Details => Venue archive


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