D H Lawrence's groundbreaking play, never performed in his lifetime, entwines the struggles of a young married couple with those of a community on strike.
In Nottinghamshire, 1912, trouble is brewing in the mines - and simmering closer to home.
When Mrs Gascoyne discovers an explosive secret about her newly-married son, it risks the hard-earned security of her daughter-in-law.
But Minnie Gascoyne isn't going to settle without a fight.
Arcola Associate Director Jack Gamble directs a new, in-the-round staging of D H Lawrence's groundbreaking play, which entwines the struggles of a young married couple with those of a community approaching boiling point.
- Best £26 (£22 previews)
- Standard £22 (£19 previews)
- Value £15
- Restricted £10
- Standard tickets are £12 or less with Arcola Passport
- Monday - Saturday, 7.30pm
- All Saturdays, 3pm matinee
- Wednesday 30 January, 3pm matinee.
- Press night: Tuesday 15 January 2019, 7pm