ABOUT THE PLAY:
THE DAUGHTER IN-LAWDH Lawrence's rarely seen play The Daughter-in-Law,
continues the Library Theatre Company’s highly successful residency at
The Lowry in Salford. The production, which will be directed by Chris Honer, the company’s Artistic Director.
Luther Gascoigne, a Nottinghamshire miner, and socially ambitious Minnie have been married for just six weeks. Luther’s mother disapproves; in her view Minnie’s pretensions make her an unsuitable match for her son. When an explosive revelation from Luther’s past is unexpectedly revealed, it threatens to derail the married couple’s new life together.
Set in 1912 against the backdrop of a bitter miners’ strike, The Daughter-in-Law, which was never performed in its author’s lifetime, is an unjustly neglected classic drama. Full of passion, sexual tension, and class conflict, The Daughter-in-Law affirms DH Lawrence, more commonly known for his novels and poetry, as a playwright of the first order.
The Lowry - 23 February - 10 March (any performance, except Sat nights and Thurs matinees).
HOW TO ENTER:
To WIN one pair of tickets for The Library Theatre Company's production of The Daughter In-Law at The Lowry, just answer this simple question:
Who wrote the Daughter In-Law?
and send your answer, name and preferred date (s) (except Sat eves and Thurs matinees) in an email to [email protected] making the subject heading Daughter comp by the closing date on 19 February at 10am.
Terms and Conditions:
Tickets cannot be exchanged for any other dates. Only one entry per household/email account please, as multiple entries/spammers will be deleted. Also, please ensure that you are free to attend on the dates you state, before entering, as we cannot offer alternative dates or times, should your plans change. Travel is not provided and please note seating could be anywhere in the auditorium and we are not provided with these details in advance. The winner will be emailed and any entries with no date stated will not be drawn.
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