Who's Afraid of the Working Class?
  • Edinburgh Fringe

Four separate but interweaving stories following dispossession and alienation on the fringes of Australian society, providing a profoundly moving portrait of Australian working-class life. Along the way there is humour, defiance, emotion but ultimately tragedy. Winner of the Australian Writers Guild Major Award. 'With intelligence, well-judged humour and the searching qualities of truly memorable theatre, the play peels away political propaganda and notions of correctness to present a candid, difficult, searing portrait of the poor and the marginalised' (Sydney Morning Herald).

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