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Published on Mar 23, 2013
A poignant, hilarious play set in a charity shop, with a lot to say about finding love the second (or third or fourth) time around, whether you want it or not. "Delightful...as funny, touching and yet as emotionally true as anything this supremely humane writer has yet produced" ~ The Times. Basically, a 40-something romcom charting three days over the course of a year in the life of Susan Love, who has found herself suddenly single, suitably stunned and staring the dreaded Big 5-0 in the face. She and Frazer are volunteers at a quirky charity shop and as well as the many eccentric customers, Susan is dealing with her father's second childhood, her daughter's explosive adolescence, a blind date stalker, and her petulant ex and his nubile young lover. So when David comes in to drop off a bag of his late wife's things, Susan barely has time to notice him, let alone how handsome he is. And how he keeps coming back...
Cast: Linda Gay (Susan), Nigel Taylor (David), Paul Friett (Tony), Bette Davis (Scotch Doris), Helen Quinnell (Marjorie) and Richard Harfst (Archie)
Performed at the Edward Alderton Theatre, Bexleyheath Kent, DA7 4EZ. Box Office: 020 8301 5584 (Tickets £8/£10)