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Portrayal of impoverished 1930s Glasgow. Despite cramped tenement living and the turmoil of seven children, there is laughter and strength in the Morrison family. Tough and tender mother Maggie, just about holds together her unruly brood against wretched poverty. But sniping neighbours, the flight of daughter Jenny, and the unexpected return to their overcrowded quarters of Maggie Supported by the Bank of Scotland. Age Guide: 14+Performers Anita Vettesse (Mrs Harris), Ann Scott-Jones (Granny), Charlene Boyd (Isa), Erin McCardie (Edie), Julie Wilson Nimmo (Mrs Bone), Kevin Guthrie (Alec), Lorraine McIntosh (Maggie), Louise McCarthy (Jenny), Colin Little (Removal Man/Cover Alec/Ernest), Janette Foggo (Lizzie), Maureen Carr (Mrs Wilson), Michael Nardone (John), Pauline Lockhart (Mrs Bone).
Author Ena Lamont Stewart. Producer National Theatre of Scotland. Director Graham McLaren. Director Phil McCormack (assistant). Design Colin Richmond. Lighting Colin Grenfell. Sound Nick Sagar.
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