“Children they are, these men, but my word, they’re revengeful children.”
A marriage on the rocks. A community under pressure.
The Daughter-in-Law is D H Lawrence’s groundbreaking drama about sex and inequality in the shadow of the Nottinghamshire mines.
Radical for its sensitive and honest portrayal of working-class life, it was never published or performed in Lawrence’s lifetime.
This searing production – the first in London for over 15 years – is staged in the round and underground at Arcola Theatre.
“It is quite extraordinary … one of the great British dramas of the 20th century” – The Guardian
“One of the unsung masterpieces of English drama” – The Telegraph