The Voysey Inheritance by Harley Granville Barker
"This Edwardian drama concerns an upper-middle class family thrown into a scandal. Edward, the highly principled son, finds his world turned upside down when his father reveals that he has been illegally speculating with clients’ money.
To make matters worse Edward soon discovers that his large scandal-fearing family would perpetuate the crime rather than risk public dishonour.
This enjoyable portrait of an Edwardian family was first staged in 1905 and revived most recently at the Royal National Theatre in 2006.
It is particularly topical in the light of recent financial scandals. Although serious in theme it is not without humour and romantic interest."
Sue Cash, Director
"Of course it's pleasant and comfortable to keep within the law ... then the law will look after you. Otherwise you have to look pretty sharp after yourself. You have to cultivate your own sense of right and wrong."