A Taste of Honey (Film)

Artwork Slide

Sun, 6 October 4:30pm

(Tony Richardson, 1961) (12)

British New Wave Cinema is associated with the ‘angry young men’ of British writing and filmmaking of the 1950s. The only angry young woman to break into this all-male enclave was Shelagh Delaney who aged 19, wrote the play, A Taste Of Honey, which she then went on to adapt for the screen. An important film for its time and one that retains a surprising relevance to the difficulties that face young people today. 

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The Void, Floor 1, Owen Building, Sheffield Hallam University, Howard Street, S1 1WB

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Working Class Voices
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