Sophie is going to be a third generation single Mum and she’s terrified. How will she afford to feed them both? Can she hold on to her job? What if she’s a crap Mum? Surely she can count on her own Mum and Nan to help…
Wrong! Rachel’s got used to having a life of her own and doesn’t fancy giving up pole class and Tinder to go back to changing nappies and no sleep. Having Sophie back home is really cramping her style. Meanwhile, after getting scouted to be an Annie Lennox impersonator on the P&O Ferries, her Nan’s having a three quarter life crisis of her own.
In a one-bed flat in Gyspyville, Hull, three women battle through the friendship, drama and love of mother-daughter relationships.
For fans of A Taste of Honey and Motherland, this warm comedy has been developed as part of Hull Truck Theatre’s Grow Artist Development programme.
By Lydia Marchant
Thu 2 – Sat 25 Mar, 7.30pm
4, 11, 15, 18, 22 & 25 Mar, 2pm
Pay What You Can Performance: Thu 2 Mar, 7.30pm
Free Q&A for ticket holders after the show on Thu 23 Mar
Relaxed Performance – Wed 15 Mar, 2pm
Captioned Performance (open) – Tue 21 Mar, 2pm
Touch Tour – Wed 22 Mar, 6pm (places must be booked in advance)
Audio Described Performance – Wed 22 Mar, 7.30pm
BSL Performance – Tue 14 Mar, 7.30pm
Recommended Age: 14+