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This enthralling piece is based upon the life of the internationally acclaimed cellist, Beatrice Harrison. At home with her sisters, she looks back on her eventful life, dreaming of days gone by, and always with her faithful cello by her side. A Life of achievement, and a life so varied. Yet, Beatrice never married. Her cello was her soul mate, the one thing that kept her alive and the one thing that could torture her soul.Performers Brigit Forsyth (Beatrice Harrison), Tamara Ustinov (Margaret Harrison), Frances Jeater (May Harrison), Alwyne Taylor.
Author Patricia Cleveland Peck. Producer York Theatre Royal. Director Susan Stern. Design Siobhan Ferrie. Music Christpher Madin.
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