Saturday 21st July 2018 at 7:30pm
Sunday 22nd July 2018 at 2:30pm
By Jimmie Chinn
Directed by James Schofield
Darren Scott, who is currently working with the award winning, international playwright, Jim Cartwright, takes on a mammoth role in this deeply moving story, last brought to life on stage by Roy Barraclough at the Oldham Coliseum.

In this soul-searching play, two members of a family from a small, close-knit northern town, tell a story from two wildly different perspectives. Leslie, who has lived with his mother all his life, relays the events leading up to her death; revealing the extent of his loss and bitterness towards his sister, Maureen. Feeling betrayed by her family, Maureen tells a different story. After all, there are two sides to every story.



This produciton is presented as part of the Greater Manchester Fringe festival.

Tickets for this show should be bought following the 'Book Online' links above and below the poster image to the left and not from the Festival Web SIte.

More details about the whole festival can be found on their web site at www.greatermanchesterfringe.co.uk

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