Sunday 29th March | Doors 4.30pm | Show Starts 5pm | Theatre Seating
It’s 1969 and a woman looks back on her life in London. From the Boer War to The Summer of Love, Flo Smith - daughter, sister, wife, mother, widow and grandmother - recalls with horror, humour, tears and joy those turbulent times at home and in the world beyond her front door. For the times, it was a common enough story and yet, for all that, a unique one too, as unique as any human being’s life. Using the original transcripts, and working closely with actress Ursula Mohan, a first draft of the play was formed in 2017. It has been worked on continuously since, into the now highly acclaimed production touring the UK.
Tickets £18 | Under 25s Free
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