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We'll Always have Paris

We'll Always have ParisT2012427428
Ah, Paris! The rooftops, the organ grinder's music, the Frenchman with a penchant for 'English ladies'. The Mill is delighted to welcome Jill Hyem, original writer of TV series Howard's Way, Wish Me Luck, The House of Elliot and co-writer of the well-remembered Tenko, who returns to her theatre roots with this magical story set in the world's most romantic city. Three women 'of a certain age' gravitate to Paris. There's Nancy, a retired headmistress determined to throw off her shackles. Anna, recently widowed - and free - after years of nursing a sick husband. And Raquel, a divorcee in search of eternal youth and a new toy boy. A feel-good play with laughter and tears, the promise of romance, lovely love and not-so-lovely anger, friendship and loyalty, and the advantages of growing old. Perhaps not La Vie en Rose but certainly a night to leave you charmed, amused, thoughtful - and smiling.
Author Jill Hyem

Archive :: production:T2012427428, play:S01605920753, venue:V739


VenueThe Mill
Other spaces: Ray Cooney Auditorium
From24th February 2010
To10th April 2010
WhenBar from 18:00. Dinner 18:30. Perf. 20:15. Mats Bar from 12:00. Lunch 12:30. Perf. 14:15. Extra Sun Mats Mar10 7, 14, 21, 28
PricesFrom £36.00. To £42.00.
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Producer The Mill at Sonning
Director Joanna Read
Design Michael Holt
Costume Jane Kidd
Performer Michael Fenner
Performer Lucy Fleming
Performer Louise Jameson
Performer Anna Nicholas
Performer Marlene Sidaway
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