Jim Cartwright revisits the scene of his classic play Two, examining the lives, loves and laughs of regulars in a Northern boozer. Time may have passed but the pub is still standing – just.

Punters are now few and far between, and despite all attempts at quiz nights, karaoke and pub grub it could soon be last orders for the struggling landlord and lady.

At odds with one another, but holding it together one shift at a time, their lives have become as bitter as the ale they serve.

But when a once in a life time opportunity presents itself in the form of a one way ticket out of there, will either of them have the courage to turn their backs on the pub, and most importantly, each other?

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Derby Hall
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