A jaded hotel room in a ramshackle seaside resort. Two people grasp the opportunity to spend precious time together. A stolen weekend which neither will leave quite the same as they entered it. This is what they’ve been waiting for but why can’t they leave their hotel room?
A play about love, secrets and coercion Fiona Evans’ Scarborough is a naturalistic four-hander which challenges you to examine your attitudes to gender, power and alcopops. Scarborough has played at the Edinburgh Fringe, where it won a Fringe First award in 2007, and at the Royal Court in 2008.
Co-Directors: Graham Rice & Steph Urquhart
Lauren – Kenzie Luce
Beth – Jane Herbert
Aiden – Jason Salmon
Daz – Dylan Brewerton-Harper
100 minutes including a 15 minute interval.
Contains adult themes and some strong language. This production is not suitable for children.