Performed in The Village Hall
Thurs May 15th to Sat May 17th 2003 at 7:30pm
Also in The Market Theatre Ledbury
Fri May 23th and Sat May 24th 2003 at 8:00pm
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Written in 1997, and winner of an Olivier award in 2000, the play revolves around the return of three sisters
to their seaside childhood home on the eve of their mother's funeral. During the reminiscences, they find that
their recollections of events do not always agree, and that memory is more a creation of emotion and belief than an accurate reflection of facts.
Shelagh Stephenson, who has been described as one of Britain's most celebrated contemporary playwrights, and a mistress of comic anguish,
has created an examination of mourning, memory and family values, which is both moving and very funny by turns.