Directed by Ellie Goodall
There's always a man.
Going off to war, in a ship.
In a uniform.
And there's a woman, often called Nancy.
Nancy is on the dock, looking nice, waving a handkerchief.
And she says, hang on, can't I just come with you?
Rachel wants to write about folk songs and war and women, especially their urge to escape.
Will and Dan are mountain climbers, adventurers, conquering peak after peak.
A tale about love, adventure and betrayal. But how are stories told, and whose version is remembered?
Award-winning playwright Elinor Cook returns to the Orange Tree, following her critically acclaimed play Out of Love in 2018.
“Ellie Goodall has realised this play beautifully, the pace and pitch are just right.” London Theatre 1
“An astute and well-paced production.” The Reviews Hub
“Playwriting at its peak” WhatsOnStage
Running time approximately 1 hour
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Playing on the same days as Sadness and Joy in the Life of Giraffes
Photo by Robert Day