Three Generations of Women

Three Generations of Women is a story of the horrors of moving back in with your mum in your 30s.

Finally appreciating the best piece of advice your grandmother ever gave you and of extraordinary family secrets held across the generations.

Co-written with Alice Trueman and directed by Ria Parry.

Press Reviews

‘An immaculate performance of the production that stunned not just the women in the audience but the men, not only the younger generations but the older ones’

The F Word - Carriageworks, Leeds

‘A celebration of how each individual woman finds ways to exercise power, as well as how strong they can be when they support one another’

State of The Arts - The Old Market, Brighton

Three Generations of Women is a pure delight, a well performed and expertly devised masterpiece, which will move even the most hardened.

5 STARS The Argus

‘A clever, warm play that still manages to inject humour into sadness.’ 

5 STARS The Argus

‘An outstanding play that highlights the struggles and challenges of women from each generation in their discovery of self.’