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It is Wakes Week in the northern town of Hindle and Fanny Hawthorne, a lively, determined mill girl, has spent the weekend in Blackpool with her friend Mary Hollins. At least that's what she tells her parents. In fact she's been with Alan Jeffcote, the wealthy mill owner's son. When her parents find out they are determined that Alan should marry her, but Alan, his father, his fiancPerformers Richard Durden (Mr Jeffcote), Susan Penhaligon (Mrs Jeffcote), Anna Carteret, Harriet Creelman, Peter Ellis, Sidney Livingstone, Graham O'Mara, Ellie Turner, Sarah Winter.
Author Stanley Houghton. Producer Jamil Jivanjee (for Jackdaw Theatre in association with Neil McPherson for the Finborough Theatre). Director Bethan Dear. Design Holly Seager. Costume Holly Seager. Lighting Chris Withers. Sound Max Pappenheim. Music Craig Adams.
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