1930s America and in a small town in the Deep South, lawyer Atticus Finch defends Tom Robinson, a man accused of rape. Read More >
Harper Lee’s Pulitzer-prize winning novel has become a classic read for millions of people. This story of racial prejudice, injustice, and humanity is now presented as a powerful piece of theatre.
1930s America and in a small town in the Deep South, lawyer Atticus Finch defends Tom Robinson, a man accused of rape. Atticus shows himself a man of integrity and risks his own and his family’s safety to do the right thing in the face of racism. His children, especially daughter Scout, make a journey of discovery about their father, their neighbours and the community they live in.
This is the fourth of the Tricycle’s much-acclaimed productions cast entirely from the legal profession.