Shelagh Delaney, born 25 November 1938, brought a fresh and spirited voice to the 1950's theatre scene; female, teenager, northern and working class she defied those attempted to pigeon hole her.  Her first play A Taste Of Honey was directed by the renowned Joan Littlewood which was performed at the Theatre, Stratford it later transferred to the West End and then into a film.


The 1950's was the start of theatre changing bring us the cultural revolution that was 'Kithchen sink drama' theatre that was much more accessible to the working class.

#BEINSPIRED  - NEW WRITINGEVENING PART OF SHELAGH DELANEY DAY AT SALFORD ARTS THEATRE

THEATRE  - NEW WRITING | SATURDAY 23RD NOVEMBER 2019  | 7PM 


#BEINSPIRED - AN EVENING OF NEW WRITING 


An evening showcasing new writing talent

Part of Shelagh Delaney Day #BEINSPIRED

Libby Hall writer in residence at Salford Arts Theatre heads the evening showcasing Northern Talent


PLAYLETS CREATED BY US AND FOR US 

TICKETS £8.00

DOORS OPE 6PM | PERFORMANCE 7PM 


TIME: 80 MINS 

CHARIE BUBBLES A FILM WRITTEN BY SHELAGH DELANEY  | SCREENING AT SALFORD ARTS THEATRE

FILM SCREENING  | SUNDAY 24TH NOVEMBER 2019 | 5PM 


CHARLIE BUBBLE BY SHELAGH DELANEY 

Albert Finney plays Charlie Bubbles, a successful writer, who attempts to re-connect with his northern working-class roots and estranged family. The screenplay is by Shelagh Delaney (A Taste of Honey), the script references both her and Finney’s personal experience of their shared working class origins (both were Salford natives), and the consequences of achieving great success.

TICKETS | £4 

DOORS OPEN 4PM | SCREENING STARTS 5PM 


TIME | 89 MINUTES

CERTIFICATION | PG

Salford Arts Theatre