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Year 12 Drama students take a trip to Trafalgar Studios to see A Taste of Honey

Published on 17/02/20

A group of Year 12 Drama scholars and students went to see Shelagh Delaney’s seminal taboo-breaking play A Taste of Honey, a co-production between The National Theatre and Trafalgar Theatre productions.

A group of Year 12 Drama scholars and students went to see Shelagh Delaney’s seminal taboo-breaking play A Taste of Honey. Described by the National Theatre as ‘an era-defining play that changed British theatre’ and ‘a gritty depiction of working class life in post-war Britain and an exhilarating portrayal of the vulnerabilities and strengths of the female spirit in a deprived and restless world’, this new production stars Jodie Prenger and also features a live band.