A Taste of Honey

REVIEW – A Taste of Honey, Lyceum Theatre


When Shelagh Delaney penned A Taste of Honey at the age of 18 in the 1950s, she was scarcely older than the play’s protagonist, the precocious and fatalistic Josephine. Drained from the same kitchen sink which produced the likes of Look Back In Anger, Delaney’s work has a raw and youthful realism, devoid of any […]