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Whose Life is it Anyway? archiveUpdated from Brian Clark's 1978 play to take into account medical advances over the past 30 years. After a road accident, an intelligently independent and sexy sculptor, now forced to rely on others, fights to reclaim the crucial decisions about her own life and death.
Performers Paul Caira (Dr Paul Travers/Mr Eden), Jessica Clements (Dr Scott), Julie Dark (Margaret Hill), Kwesi Davies (John/Dr Barr), Dickon Farmar (Ken Harrison), Craig Karpel (Dr Emerson), Emily McDonald (Kay Sadler), Holly Matthews (Mrs Boyle/Justice Millhouse), Oli O'Donohoe (Peter Kershaw), Kate Parke (Sister Anderson).
Author Brian Clark. Producer Ben Hussey. Company SEDOS. Director Nick Mouton. Director Chris Davis (assistant director). Stage Manager Anna Diamond. Other Lisa Stewart (nursing consultant). Other Lady-Marie Dawson-Malcolm (Spinal injury liaison).

Whose Life is it Anyway?

Whose Life is it Anyway? (Play) production archive for QTIX code T325268784. Details of all Whose Life is it Anyway? archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S01152803441

Archive Listings

21 Jun 16
25 Jun 16
Bridewell Theatre
Inner London
Greater London

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