Jo, a working class girl and her brash mother Helen survive through wit and fury in this British Broadway classic.
Set in a stingy flat in Salford, England circa 1960, the critically acclaimed show is an exploration in desire, taboos and the truth that gets in the way.
A Taste of Honey will be performed 8 times at the 2011 Winnipeg Fringe Festival. The actors have been rehearsing this classic for several months and are ready to make a splash on one of Canada’s top Theatre Festivals. Don’t miss this opportunity to see this “Kitchen Sink” play come alive.
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Note: There is an error on pg .72 of the Fringe guide. The show is titled, “A” Taste of Honey NOT “The” Taste of Honey