A doting mother finds it hard to accept that her son is leaving the fold to get married. On the morning of the wedding, she retreats to the attic where she relives her long lost youth and a passionate affair she enjoyed before becoming bogged down in a listless marriage. This provocative and heartfelt play enjoyed a long run in London.
"Exhilarating and uplifting." - Daily Express
"Engaging." - Jewish Chronicle
"Enjoyable." - The London Times
"Entertaining." - Independent
"Even the most leathery old cynic ought to succumb to the overwhelming emotional charge and magic realism of this bitter sweet comedy." - Evening Standard
"Richly funny and sometimes deeply touching." - Daily Telegraph