Deborah’s Potteries drama, Dirty Laundry, was produced by Claybody Theatre and presented at Spode Works, Stoke 11-21 October 2017.
Reuben Moth is dying…
His daughter, Nora, does her best to keep him clean and comfortable, but Stoke-on-Trent in the 1950s is not a clean or comfortable place – and Rueben Moth is not at peace.
**** The Stage
‘Gripping…’ ‘Brilliantly acted…’ ‘Skilful writing…’
**** At The Theatre
‘Stoke is lucky to have this site-specific piece… if it is possible for you to visit, you will not be disappointed.’
*** The Observer
‘Under Conrad Nelson’s clear direction, Rosie Abraham’s Nora and Angela Bain’s Frances are powerful linchpin characters in this atmospheric drama.’
‘Thought-provoking, intriguing and rich with humanity’
‘Colourful, funny, dramatic and asks some tough questions about environmental issues still relevant today.’
by Andrew Billington