Five Kinds of Silence

By Shelagh Stephenson, directed by Chris Rozanski

A highly-acclaimed stage version of the 1996 radio play is the story of a family in which control has become the driving force. Billy, himself abused as a child, has sexually abused his two daughters since their early teens . Now the adult daughters, with the connivance of their mother, attempt to free themselves, and kill him.

The play contains themes which some may find offensive.

This is the first production in a new venture between the Birmingham Theatre School and the Crescent Theatre Company.

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