Three’s a crowd in cramped flat

PUBLISHED: 11:05 19 January 2006 | UPDATED: 09:27 06 May 2010

HITCHIN S Queen Mother Theatre is hosting a Bancroft Players fringe production of the play Look Back in Anger. It tells the story of Jimmy Porter who lives with his wife and friend Cliff in a one-bedroom flat. Written by John Osborne in 1956 the play tell

HITCHIN'S Queen Mother Theatre is hosting a Bancroft Players fringe production of the play Look Back in Anger.

It tells the story of Jimmy Porter who lives with his wife and friend Cliff in a one-bedroom flat.

Written by John Osborne in 1956 the play tells the story of Jimmy. He is intellectually restless, angry, disillusioned and very argumentative and the focus is on the turbulent relationship he has with his wife and roommate friend.

The play runs from Wednesday, January 25, until Saturday, January 28, starting at 7.45pm.

Tickets cost £6 and can be obtained by calling 01462 455166.


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