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11 February @ 10:30 am - 2:30 pm
by Keith Waterhouse
Director: Angela Short
Adapted for the stage from his own comedic novel, Good Grief is Keith Waterhouse’s study of a middle-aged widow who finds the courage to break with the past by having conversations with her late husband Sam, formerly a national tabloid editor. Her stepdaughter, Pauline, determines to keep an eye on June. Likewise, Eric Grant, an ex-colleague of Sam’s. But June meets and befriends a man wearing her late husband’s suit – donated to Oxfam by June. It’s funny, tender, touching and achingly familiar.
|Season: The Arts Theatre: 1-11 November. Rehearsals commence early September.
Contact: Angela Short firstname.lastname@example.org or 0459 100 810
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|• June Pepper, 50s, a recently widowed wife of a tabloid editor
• Pauline, early 30s, her stepdaughter
• Eric Grant, mid 30s, a tabloid executive
• The suit, mid 40s to mid 50s, a new male friend