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Luke and his mother, Avril, eke out their existence tending to their run down, isolated farm in a remote part of England. They both miss Luke's sister June so much and would give anything in the world to have her back with them, alive and well again. But life can be harsh and these days we can rarely hope for miracles. Until one day, the miracle happens. Out of the night sky drops a brand new, full grown, large-as-life sister - the answer to al their prayers. Or is she? For who exactly is Sadie and where did she come from? Is she all she appears to be? And if so, why are so many mysterious people determined to find her? An exciting, funny, tender tale of a family whose lives are changed forever by the strangest of strangers.Performers Charlie Hayes, Becky Hindley, Adrian McLoughlin, Saskia Butler, Justin Brett, Neil Grainger, Alexandra Mathie.
Author Alan Ayckbourn. Producer Stephen Joseph Theatre Company. Director Alan Ayckbourn. Design Pip Leckenby. Lighting Kath Geraghty. Music John Pattison (original music). Costume Christine Wall.
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