Director: Lorraine Spencely
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“My Mother said, I never should
Play with the gypsies in the wood.
If I did, she would say;
‘Naughty girl to disobey”
Secrets and lies! “My Mother Said I Never Should” explores the complex and difficult relationships between mothers and daughters. Spanning 1940 to 1987, though in non-linear fashion, the lives of four generations of women develop. Their loves, expectation and choices are set against the huge social changes of the twentieth century. Unmarried Jacky gives birth to Rosie, unable to cope she hands Rosie over to her mother Margaret. Rosie is brought up believing Margaret is her mother, while Jackie is her older sister. The play looks at the consequences of this secret and the emotional repercussions.
N.B. 1st May is a Bank Holiday
This is a change from the originally published production The Women