Directed by Charlie Cook
1st - 8th May, 2010
A black comedy about four retired ladies who have formed a co-operative, sharing their lives in Violet's rented house,
pooling their pensions and sharing the chores. That is until Violet dies after a mugging. Needing to hold on to her pension
book and rent book Marge, Lottie and Doris omit to tell the authorities and leave Violet's body peacefully in a cemetery.
Life goes on happily until the arrival of Violet's granddaughter, Ronnie, from Australia,
the police in the person of Inspector Grubb, and another housemate, Rose (complete with a parrot)...
|Lighting design and operation
and a team of burly, fit men!
|Original Music by Ian Parker and Charlie Cook
|Cover art by Jim Boswell www.jimmibo.co.uk
Motrax Motor Accessories, 86 Chapel Lane, Wilmslow
|Acknowledgements to Bill-Not-Weed for transportation
|Thanks to the Box Office team, publicity people, coffee makers, bar volunteers and decision-makers and all who have contributed to this production in any way.