WHAT IS IT? Rugby Theatre’s latest production, The Memory of Water, writen by Shelagh Stephenson and directed by Senga Veasey.
WHERE AND WHEN IS IT?
At Rugby Theatre, on Henry Street, tonight, Friday and Saturday evenings at 7.30pm.
WHAT DO THEY SAY ABOUT IT?
Director Senga Veasey said: “The Memory of Water is an Olivier Award-winning play which was beautifully written by Shelagh Stephenson.
“The play is based around three sisters who come together on the eve of their mother’s funeral, each haunted by their own demons.
“After years of separation, imagine how you would feel if all your hidden lies, self-betrayals and sibling rivalry came to the surface.
This is a play that will put you through all the range of emotions from laughter to tears.”
He added: “I have an excellent cast that have been a joy to work with. The sisters are played by three very talented actresses, Kate Sawyer, Helen Ireland and newcomer Soraya Moghadas. The rest of cast include Elizabeth Young, Malcolm Stewart and Geraint Davies.”
HOW TO SEE IT
Tickets, full price are £9.80 (concessions available) and can be obtained by ringing the Rugby Theatre Box Office (01788) 541234.