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The Price of Everything, Stephen Joseph Theatre | reviews, news & interviews

The Price of Everything, Stephen Joseph Theatre

The Price of Everything, Stephen Joseph Theatre

Fiona Evans's new tragi-comedy examines our wealth-obsessed society

Master of all he surveys: Andrew Dunn as self-made businessman Eddie in 'The Price of Everything'Tony Batholomew

The TMA regional theatre awards are about to be announced, which makes it perfect timing to visit a nominee - one of the UK’s most influential venues, the Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough, North Yorkshire. The SJT was the country’s first theatre in the round and has been associated with new writing since it was established, as the Library Theatre, in 1955.

Ruby accuses her mother of marrying Eddie for his money. “Nothing wrong with being shrewd,” she drily replies

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