An epic fable of post-war Britain, told with lurid and exhilarating energy.
After the war, concentration camp survivor Peter Singer makes for London, where he sets himself up as a purveyor of prostitutes to the upper classes - and the inventor of slum landlordism.
Loosely based on the real life of exploitative landlord Peter Rachman.
"A big, gaudy, complex play, partly an impressionistic portrait of post-war Britain, partly a meditation on the aftermath of the Holocaust."- The Times