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Salford 1880. Hobson is a cobbler aiming to marry off his two youngest daughters. Maggie, his eldest at 30, is already an old maid - so she can stay at home and look after him! But Maggie has other ideas and finds herself a husband - and with him they open a rival shoe shop! First produced in 1916.Performers Martin Shaw (Henry Hobson), Christopher Timothy (Jim Heeler), Bryan Dick (Willie Mossop), Naomi Frederick (Maggie Hobson), Ken Drury (Dr McFarlane), Joanna McCallum (Mrs Hepworth), Gabrielle Dempsey (Vicky Hobson), Florence Hall (Alice Hobson), Mark Donald (Albert Prosser), David Shaw-Parker (Tubby), Emily Johnstone (Ada), Ryan Saunders (Freddie Beanstock).
Author Harold Brighouse. Producer Theatre Royal Bath Productions. Producer Jonathan Church Productions. Director Johathan Church.
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