Director Tamsin Jacson brings the hot and steamy French Quarter of New Orleans to Studio in Tennessee Williams’s Pulitzer prize-winning drama which was first performed in 1947. Fragile beauty Blanche DuBois visits her sister Stella and brutish husband Stanley with devastating consequences. Themes of sexual desire, social class, gender issues and madness are still relevant today. The iconic 1951 film provided an Oscar-winning role for Vivien Leigh and a career-defining one for Marlon Brando.
Each night at 7.30 pm and tickets at £10 (under 16 £8) available from Salisbury Information Centre, Fish Row, Salisbury Tel. 01722 342860 www.studiotheatre.org.uk