Saturday 18th February 2017 at 3pm and 7:30pm
Written by Hayley Pepler
Director – Tom Saunders
Producer – Sarah-Jane Watkinson
Lauren Crace as Jacs
Sarah Horner as Bonnie
Louise Mardenborough as Nita
Nita and Bonnie run the PTA in their charming village with brutal efficiency. Their enterprising and sometimes shocking approach to fundraising exploits the deep frustrations and struggles of being a mum, with highly lucrative results.
Into this world of competitive parenting drops Jacs, a savvy city type who’s looking to make an impression. But this PTA doesn’t let just anyone in. You have to earn the right to join the committee.
Has Jacs got what it takes to assume her place in the parental pecking order or will the feathers fly?
In The Motherhood is a new play by Hayley Pepler, begun when she was a participant in the REP’s Write Away scheme for emerging playwrights in 2013. Since then, her script for The Shadow of Ingestre Hall has already received a nomination for Best Drama at the Royal Television Society (Midlands) Awards.
Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England and the Sir Barry Jackson Trust.
The evening showing at 7:30pm is a Sign Language Interpreted performance by Clare Edwards
Concessions (OAP and Unemployed): £12.00
Lap tickets (£3.00) are available from the Box Office for children aged under 2 years.
There are limited tickets available for Under 25s and Refugees for the 7:30pm performance please call the box office for more information and to purchase tickets.
Age guidance: This show is considered suitable for ages 12+ due to strong language
Running time: 1 hour
PARENT AND BABY MATINEE - The matinee performance welcomes parents with young children, so it doesn’t matter if your baby cries or needs a feed.
All Tickets £12.00
Evening Performance -
Sign Language Interpreted performance by Clare Edwards
All Tickets £12.00
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