Saved

by Edward Bond

“The play seethes controversy. Its violence redefined the possibilities of drama.”
-The Guardian

Set in the early 1960’s, ‘Saved’ tells the story of a group of young people living on a South-East London council estate. Rarely performed on stage due to its brutal realism, Edward Bond’s play shocks and entices its audience, observing the day-to-day struggle of this ‘generation of angry men’. The text challenges the values of human nature and the social boundaries that confine them. It is a masterpiece of Modern British Theatre, whose purpose has never been more relevant than today.

7.30pm

Stage One

£8.50 (£6.50)