is the funny, beautifully observed and uplifting story of a group of disabled women who live and work at The Crippleage, Edgware. Inspired by the personal testimony and reminiscences of real-life Flower Girls
, the play shifts effortlessly between the unsettled early years of World War II and the seemingly more liberated world of 1965. Their stories reveal an indomitable spirit and a fierce determination to find their place in the world, a world that prefers to keep them at a safe distance. All performances are British Sign Language Interpreted and Audio Described. All performances are British Sign Language Interpreted and Audio Described.
Author: Richard Cameron
Producer(s): Hampstead Theatre
, New Wolsey Theatre
Company: Graeae Theatre Company
Director(s): Jenny Sealey
, Peter Rowe