Tastes of Honey: The Making of Shelagh Delaney – Selina Todd

Artwork Slide

Sun, 6 October 1:00pm

A new biography of Shelagh Delaney – a ground breaking, young, forgotten working class female playwright who put Northern working class lives centre stage. Delaney wrote, A Taste of Honey, when she was 19. The play premiered in 1958 catching Britain on the cusp of seismic social change. This is the inspiring story of how one woman shook the establishment of the 1950s and 1960s, helped trigger a cultural revolution and redefined what art could be. 

This event has gone off sale at the SIV box office and is marked as sold out on their website.  Please note there are tickets available to purchase on the door subject to availability.  Box office at the venue opens 45 minutes before event start time. 

Tickets (In Advance)

Full Price: £7.00 Concession: £6.00

Tickets (On the Door)

Full Price: £8.00 Concession: £7.00

Venue

The Drama Studio, Shearwood Rd, S10 2TD

Genre

Non-fiction

Disabled Access?

Yes

Family Event?

No

Type of Event
Working Class Voices
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