Reviews for Dirty Laundry

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.’

Bum On A Seat

‘Thought-provoking, intriguing and rich with humanity’

The Sentinel

‘Colourful, funny, dramatic and asks some tough questions about environmental issues still relevant today.’

Production Shots 

by Andrew Billington

We’ve had a wonderful time rehearsing at Emma Bridgewater Factory. Huge thanks to Emma, Steph Woodhouse, and all the lovely staff who looked after us and made us feel so welcome (especially the cafe staff!)

We’ve now moved to our performance space in Spode Works, where we open next Wednesday 11th October. You can book your tickets on this page (see above) or buy in person at Barewall Gallery Burslem, or at Spode Works Visitor Centre, Stoke.


Dirty Laundry Trailers

Here’s Deb – talking about the play, her process and how Stoke-on-Trent continues to inspire her…

And here’s Con – taking us through the Spode Works site, and our plans for a special journey through the 1950s to the performance space…