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Seeing the Lights archiveA brand new hilarious comedy about family relationships, rivalries and responsibilities. Terry is a nurse by day and full time carer for his mum by night. As her 75th birthday approaches, the family descends and the siblings start to bicker. Should mum be in a home? Who's done the most for her and who knows best? Terry wants things to stay as they are, but his sister Marion has other ideas. And then there's the will... As the pressure builds and her favourite son Kenneth still hasn't arrived for the party, mum's left wondering if she'll ever get to see Blackpool Illuminations just one more time.
Performers Laura Cox (Mum), James Duke (Terry), Chris Hannon (Ray), Alan Suri (Nasir), Rebecca Todd (Muna).
Author Brendan Murray. Presented by Theatre by the Lake. Director Stefan Escrett. Design Anna Pilcher-Dun. Costume Anna Pilcher Dunn. Other Charmian Hoare (dialect coach). Lighting Jo Dawson. Sound Maura Guthrie. Director Sophie Curtis (casting).

Seeing the Lights

Seeing the Lights (Play) production archive for QTIX code T86433029. Details of all Seeing the Lights archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1088083860

Archive Listings

12 Jun 14
to
7 Nov 14
The Theatre By The Lake
Keswick
Cumbria

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