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is a modern fable of an idyllic childhood shattered by grief, and the confused, desperate and dangerous attempts we make to learn how to live again. Jack and Beatrice are twins. They have no Cousins. They have no Uncles or Aunties and no Grandparents. And now, they have no Mum and Dad. The one person who can look after them is their Godmother Sophie, who arrives, shocked and unprepared, at their remote family home in the Welsh Borders. Sophie has not seen the children since they were tiny: too tiny for them to remember her, and undoubtedly too little to remember what caused her long, enforced absence. But as the three of them return to the isolated family home on the edge of a forest, their collective grief triggers a tragic attempt to remember, repair and recreate the past.Performers Louise Collins (Beatrice), Steven Meo (Jack), Lisa Jackson (Sophie).
Author Hywel John. Producer Clwyd Theatr Cymru. Director Kate Wasserberg. Design Mark Bailey. Lighting Tom White. Sound Andrea Cox.
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