Jane Rogers reviews 'The Go Between'
The Go-Between, L P Hartley's classic novel of a boy caught up in a web of deception, has been set to music in a new adaptation which receives its world premiere at the West Yorkshire Playhouse. Novelist Jane Rogers reviews.
Photo shows: : Edward Cooke (Leo), James Staddon (Colston), Sophie Bould (Marian)
Photo credit: Robert Day.
Available since: Fri 16 Sep 2011
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