The Shell Seekers is the gripping story of Penelope Keeling?s family and the passion and heartbreak that have held them together for three generations. It is a story of love, courage and determination and also of the Shell Seekers itself, a painting which threatens to tear the Keeling family apart.
Rosamunde Pilcher?s 1987 novel has a strong autobiographical element which secured her an international reputation. The play has been adapted by Terence Brady and Charlotte Bingham previously renowned for such successes as Pig in the Middle, Take Three Girls, Upstairs Downstairs, No Honestly! And Nanny.
The Shell Seekers is an engrossing tale that will appeal to all ages.
|Roy Brookner||Martin Oldfield|