Go And Play Up Your Own End

The Midlands most successful playwright of this century Malcolm Stent brings his wonderful show ‘Go And Play Up Your Own End’ to Redditch.

‘Go and play up your own end’ was a phrase heard a lot by little boys growing up in working-class areas on opposing sides of the city, whose craftsmen built the carriages of The Orient Express, motorbikes that broke world speed records, motor cars for the gentry, aircraft, guns, tanks and fine jewellery to adorn the world’s well-to–do.

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