Let this production of Isaac Came Home From the Mountain go to the towns the writer drew on for inspiration, use their village halls if you must. I honestly believe this show has the chance to bring a lot of young, forgotten men back from the brink.
How do we get the word out – really out – about fringe theatre in general and pub theatres in particular. There’s cutting-edge work going on all the time at, for example, the Finborough or Theatre 503, which is based in The Latchmere in Battersea.
Lucy Foster’s play is a heartfelt and tender love story, examining the pressures of modern life through the eyes of two women who desperately want to cling on to each other even at the cost of their personal happiness.