My Mother Said I Never Should

by

Charlotte Keatley

June

1999

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SYNOPSIS

"My Mother Said I Never Should, about four generations of women across the 20th Century, living in Manchester and London...is a warm, poignant elegy about growing up, growing old and growing or not growing wise. It's about debts and responsibilities; the grim burden of the puritan inheritance; and how it takes generations to learn about the value of real feeling. This is an immensely promising play" - John Peter, Sunday Times

DIRECTOR

David Roscoe

CAST

Doris

Patrica Peggs

Margaret

Valery Niggli

Jackie

Chistine Eusebio

Rosie

Sylvia Lynch

PRODUCTION PHOTOS

BEHIND THE SCENES

Stage Managers

Dorothy Nauer, Sheila von Arx

Set Design

Martin Greenland

Sound

Terry Menard, Irene Muenger, Members of the Club

Lighting

Sanjeev Premchand, Members of the Club

Properties

Janet Evard

Prompter

Tom Hofmaenner

Production Co-ordinator

Chris Eusebio

Front of House

Joan Bridgman, Maureen Grimm, Members of the Club

Publicity and Programme

Cornelia Berchtold, Members of the Club

Box Office

Alan Bridgman

Title Artwork

Noeleen Blaich

Photography

Leslie von Arx

Programme Editor

David Roscoe