Written by multi-award-winning playwright Terence Rattigan, this critically acclaimed masterpiece is widely recognised as his greatest piece of work.
Andrew Crocker-Harris may be a brilliant classical scholar, but to the boys he teaches, he’s simply “the Crock”. He has failed as a schoolmaster and a husband, and now ill health is forcing him into early retirement. On his final day, the future is looking bleak. But could a sudden unexpected moment of kindness break open the confines of his world? A gripping, powerful play that poignantly explores how one’s worth is valued by our supposed “successes” and “failures”.
Originally set to be performed in May 2020, The Questors Theatre brings you a razor-sharp production of Rattigan’s acclaimed one-act drama, which promises to pack an emotional punch far out of proportion to its seemingly simple setting.