You can read the latest Review by Roz Wyllie here
Based on an actual incident in nineteenth century Scotland, The Children’s Hour concerns the fallout of a malicious teenager who accuses her two teachers of being lesbians. The play explores the corrosiveness of false accusation and the power of buried sexual passion that permeates throughout. A brilliant piece of storytelling, Lillian Hellman’s hugely successful play was a controversial hit when it first premiered on Broadway in 1934 and was initially banned in London. The dark and unsettling undertones of the text are as relevant today as ever, where sex and lies remain a prevailing force in our everyday culture.
If your quick, you can still catch the play before it ends: Book Tickets
(Running until 2nd April 2016)