The Gallery Players return with A Streetcar Named Desire, Tennessee Williams’ unforgettable masterpiece. 

 

It’s 1947, Blanche DuBois, a schoolteacher from Laurel, Mississippi, arrives at the New Orleans apartment of her sister, Stella Kowalski… 

They told me to take a street-car named Desire, and transfer to one called Cemeteries, and ride six blocks and get off at-Elysian Fields

Regarded among the finest of American plays of the 20th century A Streetcar Named Desire cemented Williams’ reputation as one of the most influential writers of our time.

 


Performing at The Sir John Mills Theatre, Ipswich from 28th October to 7th November.

Also below, on the Monday of the second week we are presenting a private concert in conjunction with Olive Music showcasing some new songs written by our MD, Richard Healey. Tickets available only from Steve Wooldridge as per poster. Hurry seats are limited.

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