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Ivy & Joan archiveIvy is a waitress in a Blackpool hotel whose glory days are in the past. A new management team has stepped in to change its failing fortunes buy Ivy, like the tatty fixtures and fittings around her, soon finds out that her presence is surplus to requirements. The hotel that has been her life no longer wants her and now it is time to move on. Buoyed by the futile hope of the long lost love of her life returning to marry her, she prepares to step out into the harsh reality of the outside world. Joan, an amateur painter, travels to Venice, the city of dreams, but her dreams end there. She loses herself in fantasies of a new life, a life that will offer her an escape from her loveless marriage and the drabness of the everyday and a new start of art, culture and the finer things. Deep in her reverie, she does not notice as her world starts crumbling around her.
Performers Lynne Miller, Steven Beard.
Author James Hogan. Producer The Print Room. Director Simon Usher. Design Carmen Mueck. Lighting Simon Bennison. Sound Paul Bull.

Ivy & Joan

Ivy & Joan (Play) production archive for QTIX code T0639329686. Details of all Ivy & Joan archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S0589936516

Archive Listings

14 Jan 13
to
26 Jan 13
The Coronet (formerly Print Room at the Coronet)
Outer London
Greater London

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