A poignant, bittersweet story about love, jealousy and the price of freedom.
First staged in Manchester in 1987, the play is about the relationships between mothers and daughters, and explores the themes of independence, growing up and secrets. It addresses the issues of teenage pregnancy, career prioritisation and single motherhood. It is also about how the different generations break free from their parents’ traditions and culture. The story explores the lives and relationships of four generations of women: Their loves, expectations, and choices are set against the huge social changes of the twentieth century.
- Doris Partington – Margaret Leslie
- Margaret Bradley – Sarat Broughton
- Jackie Metcalfe – Kathryn Worthington
- Rosie Metcalfe – Meg Brassington
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