Laburnum Grove

JB Priestley's early comedy about life in a north London suburb – the respectable middle class facade and the criminal undercurrent – gets its first revival in nearly 40 years in this Finborough commission, directed by Oscar Toeman. Turned into a film by Carol Reed in 1936, it tells the story of a painfully dull businessman (here played by Robert Goodale) who turns out to have a colourfully immoral secret life.

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