Forty years ago London hardman Jack Carter went back home to investigate the suspicious death of his brother. What followed is a bloody tale of redemption, retribution, and brotherhood that remains one of the most iconic gangster films of all time. This year director James Weisz marks that anniversary by bringing to the Brighton Fringe Festival stage John Holloway’s adaption of the grimy, bestselling novel that started it all. Starring Nick Bartlett (Gangs of New York), Ross Gurney-Randall (Follow Me) and Seth Morgan (Winner of Best Actor award 2007). Tickets are £10/8.50.
Originally published in the May issue of BN1 magazine