The Permanent Way
Time Out says
David Hare's verbatim drama about the privatisation of the railways first steamed into London in 2003. 'The Permanent Way' shows how the 1993 Privatisation Act paved the way for disasters like the Potters Bar crash, through the perspectives of passengers, drivers, and government ministers. This revival is directed by Alexander Lass, and housed in a highly appropriate setting - the old railway tunnels under Waterloo, currently known as The Vaults.