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Is there a difference between being prejudiced and being a connoisseur of prejudice?

Plus: a monumental feat of memory and performance by a sensational talent at the Southwark Playhouse

23 January 2016

9:00 AM

23 January 2016

9:00 AM

The Long Road South

King’s Head, until 30 January

This Will End Badly

Southwark Playhouse, until 6 February

Paul Minx ventures boldly into Tennessee Williams country with The Long Road South. It’s 1965 and the Price family are idling about at home in Indiana. In mid-August the air is heavy with frustrated sexuality. Carol Ann Price (Imogen Stubbs) is a kindly, buxom waster slithering decorously into alcoholic dereliction.

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