The Daughter in Law

Library Theatre Company presents

Miner Luther Gascoigne and socially ambitious Minnie are newly wed. Luther’s mother disapproves; in her view Minnie’s pretensions make her an unsuitable match. A shocking revelation from Luther’s past provokes a rich drama of sexual tension and class conflict all set during the bitter 1912 miners’ strike.

With its wonderfully authentic dialogue and deep understanding of relationships, The Daughter-in-Law affirms DH Lawrence, famous for his novels and poetry, as a playwright of the front rank.

Take a look at how we designed the staging and costumes here

Monday eves – all tickets £12
Tue - Thur eves & Thur and Sat mats – £15, £13
Fri & Sat eves – £19.50; £17.50
Preview 23 February – £12
Under 26's (Preview & Mondays, subject to availability) £10
Concessions (Mon - Thur only) £2 off
Education groups of 10+ £11 (plus 11th ticket free)

Director's talk with Chris Honer (Free to ticket holders but must be booked in advance.)
Sat 10 March 1.30pm