They Don’t Pay, We Won’t Pay
‘They Don’t Pay? We Won’t Pay!’ is seen as a political satire based on its sardonic outlook on political hypocrisy. The play consists of two working-class women who resort to stealing from the supermarket due to drastically rising food prices. To hide the stolen groceries from her socialist and by-the-book husband Jack, Anthea’s creative lies cause a chain reaction of embarrassing, farcical situations.
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