Sean Holmes, Artistic Director of the Lyric Hammersmith, considers John Osborne's incisive 1957 play The Entertainer.
Filmed in London on the morning of the Brexit result, and having directed the play at The Old Vic in 2007, Sean explores the play's modern parallels and discusses why Osborne's bold, frank and 'kitchen sink realism' approach to playwriting has seen The Entertainer endure across the decades.
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