September 04, 2015

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Lee Hall Mines the Past For Pitmen Painters

The Pitmen Painters, the new play by Lee Hall, writer of Billy Elliot, tells the true story of the Ashington Group, English miners who, despite their lack of formal artistic training, became celebrated artists and worked together for over 40 years.







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