All the Way Home, The Lowry, Salford

"We're all being regenerated now," says indomitable Auntie Sheila in the comedy which takes writer Ayub Khan-Din from his Asian world of East is East to white, working-class Salford. Sheila speaks for the many desperate souls who have not been swept along by the investment which has delighted property developers and the aspirational classes, in the land of the old Coronation Street back-to-backs. The theatre we are sitting in is as much a testament to the new money as the shimmering new BBC buildings beyond, but there is a whole world of Auntie Sheilas in the decaying wastelands, five minutes away.

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