“Go on then table, speak. You tell us, you were there, you’ve always been there.” An epic tale of belonging, abandonment, identity and the things we pass on and regret. It’s a human truth that we often inflict the worst pain on those we are supposed to love. As a family table is handed down from generation to generation we travel through the years and across continents from Tanganyika to a Herefordshire commune and finally to a very modern fractured family in South London in 2013.
BOOK NOW [Box Office opens 10AM 15 Jan 2019]
Tickets £15/Concessions £13
“As the play progresses the audience is made constantly aware of the way people are both shaped and damaged by their parents” The Telegraph
By Tanya Ronder
Director Grainne Byrne
Presented by arrangement with Nick Hern Books