VenueCarnegie Hall
From27th April 2002
To27th April 2002
PricesFrom £8.50. To £8.50.
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Perfect Days

A successful celebrity hairdresser in Glasgow, with her own TV show and a smart loft apartment in the Merchant City, Barbs Marshall has it all. Hasn't she? Perhaps not. For Barbs is thirty-nine. And single. And unhappy. And is becoming deafened by the ominous ticking of her biological clock . . Whilst Barbs is coming to terms with this new-found desire for a baby, her own mother Sadie wastes no time in helpfully pointing out the perils of single parenthood (and don't even mention test tubes); her oldest friend Alice suddenly reveals that she's been keeping Barbs in the dark about a Very Big Secret; and Barbs's estranged husband Davie casually mentions that he's acquired a new, much younger girlfriend. Not even Barbs's best pal, the gorgeous but camp-as-Christmas Brendan, seems able to help her deal with this onslaught of mid-life crisis. But then, out of the blue, Barbs meets Grant - attractive and thirteen years her junior - who might just be the answer to all of her problems. Aye, right. If only . . . Beautifully observed, poignant and wickedly funny, this story of one woman's search for love, companionship and motherhood amidst the bustle of contemporary life is a modern romantic comedy par excellence.
Author Liz Lochhead

Archive :: production:T0255787843, play:S6137, venue:V1112

Production details


Company Borderline Theatre Company
Director Ann Scott Jones
Performer Elaine Collins (Barbs Marshall)
Performer Una Mclean (Sadie)
Performer Grace Glove (Alice Inglis)
Performer Lawrie McNicol (Brendan Boyle)
Performer Stewart Porter (Davie Marshall)
Performer Steven Duffy (Grant Steel)

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