Fifteen years after his separation from Una, Ray has built a new life under a new name, desperate to escape the shadow of his past.
Now Una has found him and she is no longer the twelve year old girl he once knew.
This challenging, Olivier Award winning play by David Harrower has been hailed as a modern classic. A powerful and ambiguous study of guilt and desire that the Sunday Herald described as “one of the most daring new plays of recent years”.
by David Harrower
The Mathematical Institute, Woodstock Road, Oxford
November 30-December 3, 2016
7.30pm daily, (2.30pm Saturday matinee)
Tickets: £14 / £12 (£12 all matinee seats)
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“A modern tragedy, full of pity and terror.” (Sunday Telegraph)
“Neither condoning nor condemining, Harrower has produced a fine, thought provoking piece on a taboo subject” (The Independent)