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A powerful collision of desire and delusion A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams

3rd - 7th Oct 2023

Event info

Start Time: 7.30pm

Tickets: £16.00 Concessions: £13.50


"another cracker from the People's and a reminder of how lucky we are to have this crucible of creativity in our city." - David Whetstone, Cultured. North East 

Read his full review HERE 


“Whoever you are - I have always depended on the kindness of strangers.”

In the oppressive heat of a New Orleans summer, faded Southern belle Blanche DuBois turns up unannounced at the shabby apartment of her sister Stella. Wrapped up in stories of her glamorous past and terrified of the future, Blanche sets herself on a violent collision course with Stella’s brutish husband Stanley. Reality and make-believe start to blur as Blanche’s fragile world crumbles around her.

Williams' most popular work, A Streetcar Named Desire is one of the most critically acclaimed plays of the twentieth century. 76 years since its Broadway debut, this drama of desire, delusion and mental illness has lost none of its ferocious power or passion.


This amateur production of “A Streetcar Named Desire” is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals Ltd. on behalf of Samuel French Ltd. www.concordtheatricals.co.uk


Audience information

The play contains xenophobic language, domestic violence, alcoholism, mental health difficulties including anxiety and depression, as well as references to suicide and sexual assault.

The production contains scenes of a sexual nature, haze, gunshots and e-cigarettes are smoked on stage.



Blanche DuBois: Sarah Scott

Stella Kowalski: Kay Edmundson

Stanley Kowalski: Steven Arran

Harold 'Mitch' Mitchell: Sam Burrell

Eunice Hubbell: Alison Carr

Steve Hubbell: Jonathan Goodman

Ensemble: Catalina Gallego Anex, Udayvir Gurjar, Lukas Cordes, Alex Burns, Will Moffat


Directors: Kaila Moyers, Jonathan Goodman

Scenic Design: Kaila Moyers

Scenic Painting: Kaila Moyers, Jonathan Goodman

Stage Manager: Vanessa Aiken

Assistant Stage Manager: Barbara Edmundson

Lighting Design: Claire Brissenden

Lighting Assistants: Jim Boylan, Karen Dales

Props Mistress: Anneliese Clifton

Props: Jacob Smith

Sound Design: Kate Scott

Sound Assistant: Emily Beckett

Set Construction: Stewart Dives, Kaila Moyers, Jonathan Goodman, Sands Dobson, Vanessa Aiken, Daniel Magee, Lauren Aspery, Theo Dives, Elaine Wittert

Intimacy Coordinator: Sarah McLane

Costume: Sarah Pearson

Publicity: Lauren Aspery

Photography: Paul Hood

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