Back to the arid summer of 1976 and the Hull prisoners are rioting. Prisoner Singe is on the roof because he wants to distance himself from the trouble. He should be going home in two months. Award-winning writer Richard Bean brings on a handful of disparate prisoners and in the distant council flats is a girl, the forthright Rachel Helen, for young Yebsley to fancy.
'This is compelling drama. Rich in its scope and outstanding in its playing.' The Stage
'Wonderful lightness of touch...[his dialogue] takes your breath away.'The Daily Telegraph
If you're a Robinson, family matters are about to get serious. Things have changed since dad set up the family business in the 60's: new products, more competition and a bigger market. At the end of the day though, it's still all about cash and stock. But this is no ordinary family business: the Robinsons are drug dealers. After 35 years of…
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