Rutherford's glass-making business is in trouble. His eldest son has a plan that might save the factory and secure its future. However, in the battle of wills that ensues, both father and son stubbornly play to their own advantage.
Fading power, dashed hopes and family secrets take centre stage in this gripping portrayal of two generations of a northern family struggling with class, feminism and freedom.
Suitable for those aged 14+.