Three unhappy characters, flee from their old lives to seek adventure on the open road. Fate brings them together and into the presence of a broken-down theatrical touring company. Throwing caution to the winds they save the group and set off on an unforgettable tour of the pavilions and provincial theatres of England. The Good Companions book was the winner of the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for Fiction in 1929. It is a captivating, hilarious, riotous and unforgettable carnival of English life.
Great Northern Books, 9780993344701