It's 1956 and London is still healing the wounds of wartime bombing. The Vincent family are hoping for a better life as they are re-housed in the newly-built Craven Court estate. But for brothers Frank and Stephen, growing up in a complex, multi-racial world will forge two very different destinies. Angel House
is set against the backdrop of some of the most defining moments in recent history. From Enoch Powell's 'River of Blood' speech to the Iraq War, Roy Williams' compelling and poignant new play charts the lives and aspirations of the Vincent family as they live, breathe and feel the effects of multiculturalism in the UK over the last half century.
Archive :: production:T0840063375, play:S875116080, venue:V81
Suitable for ages 14+. Contains strong language