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The Revlon Girl archiveThis inspiring, touching and funny drama is based on the events surrounding the Aberfan Disaster of October 1966. Set 8 months after the tragedy, we follow the real life story of a small group of bereaved mothers who meet every Tuesday to talk, cry and laugh (without feeling guilty). It's at one of these meetings that they realise how much the grief has taken its toll on their appearance. Aware that people would think them frivolous, they secretly arrange for a representative from Revlon to give them beauty tips - enter the Revlon Girl, with a suitcase of cosmetics in tow, tasked unknowingly with far more than masking minor blemishes.
Author Neil Anthony Docking. Producer Nearside Productions Ltd.

The Revlon Girl

The Revlon Girl (Play) production archive for QTIX code . Details of all The Revlon Girl archived productions can be found under the QTIX code:

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Fiona Thirsk (17Aug17): I have just seen The Revlon Girl at Edinburgh festival. I cannot recommend it highly enough. The play was performed by 5 perfectly cast women, with minimal scenery and was very moving, very funny, and ultimately uplifting. Don't forget your tissues!

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