Back by popular demand! The World Premiere Production by Howard Brenton returns!
30 January, 2019 - 02 March, 2019
Nuffield Southampton Theatres Presents
Back by popular demand!
Directed by Samuel Hodges
Casting by Annelie Powell CDG
Preview Performances: 30th and 31st January
Stage Insight: Thurs 7th Feb 5:00pm
Post-show Q&A : Mon 11th Feb
Access Performances: BSL Interpreted and Audio Described - 2nd Mar 2:30pm
Please note images are from the previous production.
The Guardian - Michael Billington
The Times - Dominic Maxwell
Daily Mail - Robert Gore-Langton
Pocketsize Theatre - Nick Wayne
"It really is a must see!"
Autumn 1940. The Battle of Britain rages.
Southampton is home to our only hope of victory: the Spitfire. But when the Luftwaffe drops 2,300 bombs inthree devastating raids, the city goes up in flames and the Woolston Supermarine Spitfire factory is destroyed.
Jackie is the third generation of Dimmock at her family-run laundry. Polly is the first and only draughtswoman in the Spitfire design office. How will each woman forge her own path in this evolving landscape?
From the ashes, a story of chaos, courage and community spirit emerges.
One of Britain’s greatest living playwrights, Hampshire-born Howard Brenton (Anne Boleyn, Shakespeare’s Globe; Pravda, National Theatre) tells the remarkable and little known story of how Southampton stepped up when the chips were down.
Critically acclaimed, this sell out smash hit features a stellar cast supported by a 25-strong community company made up of Southampton residents. The Shadow Factory returns to celebrate the first birthday of Southampton’s brand new theatre NST City.
Don’t miss out this time!
Tickets starting at: £30, £24, £17, £10
Previews starting at: £22, £18, £14, £10
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Student tickets - £10