When Alyssa returns home from prison she’s devastated to find her aunt has put her beloved grandmother Betty in a care home. Determined to give Betty one last jolly, jingle filled holiday and recapture happy childhood memories, Alyssa kidnaps Betty and the pair embark on a campervan road trip to the seaside. But soon Betty’s dementia and Alyssa’s troubled past catch up with them….
A compelling new play by Nessah Muthy about love, loneliness and guilt between three generations of women.
‘Muthy’s dramatisation… is touching and emotionally challenging -an excellent piece of thought-provoking theatre’
Writer Nessah Muthy
Nessah Muthy is a Writer’s Guild nominated writer and winner of the Adrian Pagan Award 2018. She has worked with a number of theatres including: the Royal Court Theatre, HighTide, the National Youth Theatre, Cardboard Citizens, Kali Theatre, Punchdrunk and Theatre Centre. For theatre, Nessah is presently under commission to: Iris Theatre and the National Youth […]About the writer
Wed 10 – Sat 13 October 7.45pm
Theatre Royal – The Drum
16 Oct – 3 Nov Tue- Sat 7.30pm Sat Matinee 3.30pm
No perf Mon 22
Tristan Bates Theatre: Book here
5mins walk from Leicester Square underground
9 – 10 November
Slough Curve: Book here
Early bird single ticket £8; Early bird group (4 tickets) £7.50 each