Gritty play tackles zero-hour contracts and care homes

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Gritty play tackles zero-hour contracts and care homes

A play which delves into the unfairness of zero-hour contracts and the complex lives of three nurses working on them, is opening at the Pleasance Courtyard in Edinburgh after a run at Theatre503 in Battersea.

It's called Zero Down and is directed by Sophie Boyce and co-produced by Katherine Hurley who also stars as 'Benni'.

They joined Alison Earle in the studio.

 

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