Good Grief is a touching, bitter sweet comedy. Returning from her husband's memorial service, a newly bereaved widow ironically sets about keeping a diary as therapy. Death as life however, has its unexpected moments, and she finds herself drawn to another man, for no reason other than he is wearing one of her husbands suits, which she has given to Oxfax. The relationship between 'the suit', the widow and her interfering step-daughter is an observation of hope and courage and an insight into the folly of being human.
Archive :: production:T0696418120, play:S3450, venue:V965