Set in late Victorian England, this captivating play explores the lives of five women working in an uncouth “gutting” shed. But when their livelihoods are put under the knife, can a lady from the gentry turn things around?
A keenly observed, darkly comic drama, revealing the harsh realities of working-class women in the depths of Deptford.
This atmospheric production of Sarah Daniel’s critically acclaimed, gritty
play will be staged by
, in arrangement with
Concord Theatricals Ltd.
“The gut girls are a boisterous,
beer-swilling, strong-minded bunch, handy with a knife both in the
gutting shed and outside it, defiantly independent in attitude and
scornful of the illusion of male supremacy." - Time Out
TBA. First night is £8