Set in East London in 1968, the play follows Yetta Solomon, who has defied the odds staked against her to build a burgeoning business. The story revolves around her desire to protect the business and keep it in her family - despite the conflicting intentions of her sons, grandchildren and in-laws. Sarah Kestelman returns to the Hampstead after An Intelligent Homosexual's Guide to play Yetta.
Having received very mixed reviews for with The Holy Rosenbergs (National Theatre ) and What We Did To Weinstein (Menier Chocolate Factory, 2005), Craig is known for portrayals of Jewish family life - which have had a tendency towards over-explaining or worthiness.
But, as reviewers have noted, this is a playwright with a flair for story-telling so we hope for a sharper production under the direction of Edward Hall (whose many successes include Raving, Rabbit Hole and Oliver Award winning Sunny Afternoon).
Public booking opens on Monday 30 January 2017.
|What||Filthy Business, Hampstead Theatre|
|Where||Hampstead Theatre, Eton Avenue, Swiss Cottage, London, NW3 3EU | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Swiss Cottage (underground)|
10 Mar 17 – 22 Apr 17, 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM
|Price||£10 - £35|
|Website||Click here to book via Hampstead Theatre|