‘Hilariously funny as well as deeply poignant, this is a show that you simply have to see. A work of pure genius’ – Edinburgh Guide
A railway station, 1945, a wife anxiously waits for her husband, Stanley, to return from the front. The train arrives full of homecoming soldiers but Stanley doesn’t appear… Throughout this touching physical comedy, suitcases transform into radios, cribs, typewriters and a whole host of other props; clowning and puppetry combine to paint a picture of how life was for Britain’s women during the war.
With support using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. Supported by Greenwich Theatre, Middlesex University Artists in Residence Scheme and Millfield Arts Centre.
Tickets: £10 (£8)
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