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This hugely successful comedy ranks among the great classic English plays of the twentieth century. First performed in 1915, Hobson’s Choice has rarely been out of production, somewhere in the world, since then.
Jenny King for the Touring Consortium presents a Theatre Royal Plymouth and Birmingham Repertory Theatre production – Tony Britton in HOBSONS CHOICE

by Harold Brighouse

Directed by Jonathan Church
Design by Hayden Griffin
Lighting Design by Andy Phillips

 “This excellent production handles the complex, adult themes of racial hatred and social division boldly and competently.  An enjoyable, engaging and thought-provoking production.”
Whatsonstage 

“a triumph”
Yorkshire Post

 “Damian Cruden’s coolly stylish production condenses into terse, taut brilliance.”
The Observer 

“the second [act] is every bit worthy of the celebrated theatrical decree — spellbinding … compelling …. a powerful story very well told.”
 The Times 

“highly enjoyable”
“Duncan Preston  … brings a powerful moral force to the part”
The Independent 

“Expectations are always high when ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ is on stage because there is so much affection for the book. This staging will not disappoint.”
The Stage 

“Cruden’s direction created a wonderful and thought provoking evening of theatre”
 The Yorker 

‘Duncan Preston is outstanding as Atticus’
The Guardian on the The Touring Consortium’s 2007 production of To Kill a Mockingbird

‘Preston’s towering performance as Atticus’

Yorkshire Post (2007 production)