By Sarah Weston
A history of the docks in voices.
A young producer, Anna, tasks herself with creating a new radio ballad for dockwork: The Salford Docker. Negotiating the stories and histories of this industry we bring to life the memories of the Salford Docks, capturing its spirit through words and song. This play explores Ordsall in the 1950s and 1970s, we see dockers and their families face workplace struggles, community regeneration and the effects of de-industrialisation.
Salford Community Theatre return with an original community play following the success of 2016’s Love on the Dole. The company work with local community performers exploring Salford’s past to create politically charged theatre that resonates with life in Salford today.
“Docks were alive then but they had to go…”
Directed by Steph Green and Sarah Weston
This is an immersive, promenade performance. Ticket holders who purchase a 'Walking' Ticket will follow the show around the stage to watch each scene. This will involve walking/moving across and around the room to watch each part of the play.
There are a limited number of seated tickets for audience members who may have access needs. These seats will include some restricted views. These tickets are sold as SEATED tickets.
Wheelchair users are welcome to purchase a 'walking ticket' to follow action around the stage.
If you have questions, please call 07394076061