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If I Were a Carpenter
Satirical comedy: A haven of loving support or a cauldron of bubbling tension: what is the real truth about family life in Britain today? Tells the story of three families struggling in their different ways with the pressures of modern urban life. Whilst they might live at the same time, in the same town, they are divided by income, class and aspiration. Explores how individual lives can be deeply affected by the agency of Government and all its institutions.
Archive :: production:T1998654311, play:S02001276237, venue:V855
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