Bernard Shaw's state-of-the-nation play raises big questions with brutal panache.

Major Barbara works tirelessly for the poor at a Salvation Army shelter until a large but morally dubious donation is welcomed from her estranged father, a millionaire weapons manufacturer. But when she visits the factory itself, the well-fed workers in their thriving model town make a devastating case for arms trade profits and a whole new set of ideals.

Playing as part of the Travelex £10 season.

For more about this production read the First Night Feature.

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