Whose Life Is It Anyway?
A modern classic that a Millennium Poll voted one of the best ten plays of the 20th Century. Ken is severely injured in a road accident and being paralysed, but mentally alert, decides that life is not worth living. He fights for the right to die with dignity, against the wishes of his medical team.
The play is not morbid or depressing, but very moving (and surprisingly funny in parts) and its theme is as valid today as it was when the play was written in the 1970s. The final scene will have you on the edge of your seats holding your breath. And that’s a promise.
Director: Liz Clarke, whose last production at Harborough Theatre was ‘A Christmas Carol’
Tickets on sale 18th April 2017, £10, £8 concessions (online booking fee applies), or at the theatre on Tuesdays and Saturdays 9.30 – 11.30 am.