STONE Revellers will stage a production of Jerusalem by Jez Butterworth next month.
The comic, wildly original vision of rural life today in our green and pleasant land, is part lament about the erosion of country life and part rebuff to the politically-correct modern world.
On St George's Day, the morning of the local country fair, Johnny Rooster Byron, local waster and modern day Pied Piper, is a wanted man.[
Council officials want to serve him an eviction notice, his son wants to be taken to the fair, a stepfather wants to give him a serious kicking, and a motley crew of mates want his ample supply of booze and drugs.
Hot from multi-award winning productions in the West-End and Broadway, the play will be performed at St Michael's Hall in Lichfield Street, Stone, for four nights from Wednesday, September 10.
Tickets are £10/£9 concessions, available from Home and Colour Centre, in Stone High Street.