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A mother, a wife, and fifty, Hilary once protested at Greenham. Now her protests tend to focus on persuading her teenage daughter to go out fully clothed.
A frank and funny family drama questioning parental anxieties and life after fifty.
April De Angelis’ work at the Royal Court includes Wild East, Catch (a collaboration with four other female playwrights). Her credits elsewhere include Calais (Paines Plough), Country (Southwark Playhouse), Playhouse Creatures (Haymarket Theatre), A Laughing Matter (Out of Joint theatre company)and an adaptation of Wuthering Heights (Birmingham Repertory Theatre).
Nina Raine directs. Both a writer and a director, her last play Tribes at the Royal Court was nominated for an Olivier Award for Best Play.
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