27 Wagons Full of Cotton

Sell out 2016 Edinburgh Festival show.

In 1930s Mississippi a cotton gin mysteriously burns down. In difficult financial times it appears that the rules of business are different. Do two wrongs make a right? A dysfunctional relationship is at the centre of this disturbing look at abuse and how one woman may find a silver lining in a desperate situation. This play deals with the social and economic climate of a country coming out of recession, and transcends this with the still relevant issues of mental health, domestic abuse and rape. “Seemingly fragile people are the strong people really”, Classic Tennessee Williams.

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