Directed by Tricia Donson

Performances will take place from the 29th October 2013 for 5 nights 

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 Review by Erin Atherton of Leeds aged 13 (watch final dress rehearsal 27th Oct 2013)

I really enjoyed the play it was funny and very entertaining. The story line we very interesting and easy to follow. Some of the parts were a little confusing but as the play went on it became clear. It was extremely funny with some very witty jokes which made me laugh. I would recommend the lay to people over 11 year Old.

The actors were also at portraying the emotions of the characters and did a very good job with sticking to their roles. 

Overall: - It was a very entertaining show and it was really enjoyable to watch.  Erin


Review by Robert Porter aged 8


The teenager goth, Scott was a bit scary at first but then in the end I liked him. I also liked the jokes that Terry came out with. 

Overall:- I would say its OK for juniors but there are some rude words. I liked watching it. Rob


Review by Allan and Jan from Enfield

Very contempary, dreadful jokes! really enjoyed every minute of it. Very good value for money. We are looking forward to seeing you again next year. Allan & Jan


Terry Loves Gill. Gill loved Terry but now their marriage is very different. They both worry about their teenage son, Scott. But why Gill's sudden interest in Spiritualism? What else is bothering her? And what can Terry do about this newcomer, Dennis? A tale of Love, Loss and Friendship.


The Cast List

TERRY - Steve Donson
Male early fifties, easy going, quick witted
GILL - Jenny Kynman
His wife. Female late thirties, fragile lonely
SCOTT - Jonathan Hunter
Their teenage son, surly, quiet
JEAN - Moira Rowlinson
Their neighbour, Female, thirty- fifty nosey but kind hearted
VIC - Andrew Saalmans
Terry’s older Male friend, level headed, almost avuncular
DENNIS - Jo Stephenson
Male, Thirties or forties charming Good looking, subtly shifty
MAGENTA BLACK - Christine Wright
Female middle aged theatrical, eccentric
PRISCILLA - Christina Jackson
Her daughter, strange, Clairvoyant ?
T.V. ANNOUNCER - Anne Fraser
A male or female off stage voice