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Road

05th September 2018 to 29th September 2018

Venue West Yorkshire Playhouse
Prices £13.50 - £31.00
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29th September 2019 19:30

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29th September 2019 15:00

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28th September 2019 19:30

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27th September 2019 19:30

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26th September 2019 19:30

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25th September 2019 19:30

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22nd September 2019 19:30

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22nd September 2019 15:00

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21st September 2019 19:30

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20th September 2019 19:30

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19th September 2019 19:30

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18th September 2019 19:30

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15th September 2019 19:30

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15th September 2019 15:00

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14th September 2019 19:30

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13th September 2019 19:30

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12th September 2019 19:30

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11th September 2019 19:30

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8th September 2019 19:30

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8th September 2019 19:30

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8th September 2019 15:00

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7th September 2019 19:30

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6th September 2019 19:30

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5th September 2019 19:30

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THIS IS OUR ROAD! BUT TONIGHT IT’S YOUR ROAD AN’ ALL!

Grab your coat, grab your bag and join us to roll in the gutter and dance under the glitter ball. On an unnamed Northern street, our drunken tour guide Scullery stumbles through living rooms, over cobbles and past lives. Through one raucous night, we meet the many bold, browbeaten and brave residents of this forgotten road. Jim Cartwright’s brutally poetic masterpiece blazed on to stages in 1987, giving a spirited voice to abandoned Northern communities in austerity Britain. This seminal play remains as powerful, resonant and jubilant now as it did then.