The March on Russia
BY DAVID STOREY
07 September 2017 — 7 October 2017
A good wife. Home. Children. I don’t know what else it’s all about.
The memory of a family. The memory of a country. The memory of a moment when people hoped for more.
As the Pasmores prepare to mark their sixtieth wedding anniversary, their three children surprise them by returning home to celebrate.
A moving evocation of a family and a way of life retreating into old age, retirement bungalows and modern middle class life. Storey’s play is written with profound affection for a family struggling with change but bound together by love.
The play’s first major production since premiering at the National Theatre in 1989.
Alice Hamilton and Up in Arms return to the Orange Tree following their critically acclaimed production of Robert Holman’s German Skerries with a play that typifies the warmth and human detail of Up In Arms’ work.
David Storey‘s (1933 – 2017) plays include In Celebration, Home, The Contractor and The Changing Room.