Accommodation is a tragi-comedy in 1 Act.
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Accommodation focuses sharply on both the random nature of death and the comic shift of power and opportunity it brings to the inhabitants of a shabby London rooming house.
Triggered partly by the author’s own experience when first living in London, this early play demonstrates his already highly developed ability to use silence and rhythmic language to very considerable dramatic effect.
Accommodation was first presented by Forestage Theatre Company on 23 March 1976 at The Little Theatre, Upper St Martin’s Lane, London. The production was supported by the Arts Council Of Great Britain.
A vivid, quirky, darkly funny play.
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