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Tammy is a problem; bottom of her class, constantly in trouble, she's the despair of her teachers and of her wealthy, successful parents. Why can't she be more like her brilliant older brother Glenn? Where did it all go wrong? What on earth will become of her? Fifteen years old and having reached the lowest point in her entire life, even Tammy is beginning to wonder. Then a chance meeting with a stranger appears to change everything. A woman offers Tammy the chance to go back just twenty-four hours to try to put things right. Back to this time yesterday. But can Tammy really alter things? Is it even possible? Can she ever hope to change her life in such a way? And why does the mysterious woman seem curiously familiar?Performers Eileen Battye, Saskia Butler, Laura Doddington, Susan Twist, Philip York, Ryan Early, Simon Chapman.
Author Alan Ayckbourn. Company Stephen Joseph Theatre Company. Director Alan Ayckbourn. Design Pip Leckenby. Costume Christine Wall. Lighting Ben Vickers. Music John Pattison.
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