Afore Night Come

by David Rudkin

Part of the OBERON MODERN PLAYS Series

Afore Night Come Synopsis

Sure there's no end to the disasters that could choose to unfurl themselves on the world. The harvest is ripe in a Black Country pear orchard. Seasoned hands settle to familiar tasks and the ritual education of newcomers. But corrupted lands yields a bitter crop. The weather turns, friction mounts and pesticide begins to fall...

Afore Night Come Press Reviews

A masterpiece The Times Not since Look Back in Anger has a playwright made a debut more striking than this Kenneth Tynan, The Observer

Book Information

ISBN: 9781840022391
Publication date: 1st September 2001
Author: David Rudkin
Publisher: Oberon Books Ltd
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 112 pages
Categories: Plays, playscripts,

About David Rudkin

David Rudkin's first play, Afore Night Comes, staged by the Royal Shakespeare Company in their 1962 experimental season, informed the Company's revolutionizing approach to the performance of Shakespeare. David writes for television, radio, and theatre.

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