Taking a bow for Shelagh's new play

Taking a bow for Shelagh's new play
 

Nearly 60 years ago, a play called A Taste Of Honey by an unknown Salford writer put working-class issues centre stage and changed the world of theatre forever. Now, one of Shelagh Delaney's lesser-known works is being revived by people from the streets where she grew up - with the help of her daughter Charlotte.
When Charlotte Delaney was consulted about renaming a Salford tower bock Delaney Heights, she had just one question: "Was it affordable or social because I wouldn't have said yes if it wasn't."
Just like her mum, what matters to working-class people, matters to... read more

 
31 August 2017 in Art & Culture, Views: 48
Source: BBC
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