A Small Family Business by Alan Ayckbourn
"This blistering comedy, which is, nonetheless, a black morality play, was first presented at the Nationasl Theatre in 1987, winning The Evening Standard Drama Award for best play of that year.
Jack McCracken, honest and upright, takes over as Managing Director of the family furniture business, expecting to find room for imrpoving efficiency, but rapidly uncovers wholesale fraud, theft & deceit both in the firm & amongst his family.
As a result of his daughter's actions, he almost at once has to succumb to blackmail & this is only the first of a series of moral compromises that he will have to make."
Mark Waters, Director
"Nordsky! Nordsky! Where she hideyhole the little Angley-Sexy girl? Here he come, Hairy Erik with his big meatey axey ..."