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Cost £10
Tel020 7704 6665
pare Parts Theatre Company
return to the Rosemary Branch for a special one-off fundraising performance in aid of The Transplant Trust


by John Waddington-Feather
directed by Glenn Mortimer

Sunday 17th January 2010 6.00pm. All tickets £10.

"Mean they seem, but millstone streets belie
the life romped out in Garlic Lane.
No squalid drabness here, but line on line
of homes alight with righteousness and vice,
sin and virtue all a-tussle."

Join in the shenanigans of Garlic Lane in the Yorkshire mill town of Keighley on a Saturday before Christmas, with a cast of colourful characters including the spinster sisters, the pious priest, the cockney casino owner, the randy ex rugby playing rogue and two young lovers hiding from the prying eyes of the local gossip mongers.

Garlic Lane was first performed at Leeds Civic Theatre in 1973 and winner of the Burton Award in 1998 after an outstanding performance at Bingley Little Theatre.

Spare Parts director Glenn Mortimer, whose own life was transformed after a kidney transplant, returns to The Rosemary Branch for this special one-off performance in aid of The Transplant Trust. His own plays Better, and Afterwards, were performed here in 2007 and 2008.
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