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Cars and Boys archive 'A toast. - A toast to Catherine Miller - Known to some as The Pirate Queen. - Liked and respected by all. - You're some woman, Catherine. - Whatever this damned thing is it'll be no match for you. - There's no fear of that. - Good health to you.' As she drifts in and out of consciousness, all the significant people in her life, grandson, daughter, and the ghosts of her youth, drift in and out of sight. What price has she paid for success? 'You didn't need school. - You had rock and roll. - You said it yourself - You only passed two exams - Cars and Boys - The only qualifications you ever needed.' A blackly comic and profoundly moving portrait of a towering woman battling with her mortality.

Author Stuart Paterson.

Archive listings for Cars and Boys

Work type: Play.

T01156025003

Presented byDundee Rep Ensemble. Director Philip Howard. Design Lisa Sangster. Lighting Ian Dow. Performer John Buick. Performer Ann Louise Ross. Performer Irene Macdougall. Performer Emily Winter. Performer Caroline Deyga. Performer Ncuti Gatwa. Performer Philip Howard. Performer Ian Grieve. Performer Catherine Miller. Performer Sean Scanlan.
11 Apr 14 to 26 Apr 14Dundee Repertory Theatre, Dundee :: V596
listing details L1925333135

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