Written by Garry Lyons and directed by Tess Seddon.
A funny and poignant play which marks the recent demolition of the iconic cooling towers at Ferrybridge Power Station, in the words of those who lived and worked beneath them. Scripted by award-winning playwright Garry Lyons and based on stories collected from the local community in Ferrybridge and Knottingley, Blow Down is a hilarious, gritty and thought-provoking show about a typical post-industrial Yorkshire town.
From the raucous 1970s to recession and decline in the 2000s, it tells the tale of the area through the experiences of people who've lived there, offering surprising insights, authenticity and humour.
Date and time
28 Feb 23, 19:45
- Sir Nigel Gresley Square
- South Yorkshire
- DN1 3BU
They're open later for performances
For admin and all non ticket related enquiries: 01302 303950
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