Dirty Laundry: Breast cancer awareness play to be staged at Sheffield City Hall

The play's the thing: Yorkshire playwright Sharon Holland-Taylor and screenwriter Alison Pennells outside Sheffield City Hall.
The play's the thing: Yorkshire playwright Sharon Holland-Taylor and screenwriter Alison Pennells outside Sheffield City Hall.
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A YORKSHIREWOMAN is preparing to bring a tale of a woman’s recovery from cancer to the Sheffield stage.

Yorkshire playwright Sharon Holland-Taylor and her theatre company Act on it Productions are bringing poignant drama Dirty Laundry to City Hall on Wednesday and Thursday.

As well as tackling a sensitive subject, proceeds from the play will be donated to charity Helen’s Trust, which helps terminally ill people in the area stay in the comfort of their own home.

Sharon said: “Dirty Laundry began its run as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month last October and we had a positive reaction.

“The play is about raising awareness of breast cancer, but also reminding our audience to live life to the full.”

Tickets, priced £15, are available from 0114 278 9789.