Elysium Theatre Company returns to the Assembly Rooms with John Osborne’s landmark play about rebellion, restless youth, sex, love and class. A searing drama of a marriage in crisis, 'Look Back In Anger' revolutionised British theatre when it premiered in 1956. It has lost none of its power to shock and excite today.
"Osborne didn't contribute to British theatre, he set off a landmine and blew most of it up" - Alan Sillitoe
There will be a post-show discussion Thursday 14th May.