We'll always have Paris
By Jill Hyem
Three women of a certain age gravitate to Paris; the time is the present day. They each have reasons for meeting up after a number of years. This is a 'feel good' play with laughter and tears, the promise of romance, friendship and anger, also the advantages and disadvantages of growing old. This is not "La Vie en Rose" but "We'll always have Paris" is a play that will leave audiences charmed, amused, thoughtful and singing.
|Rita Chew & Christine Durkin||Director|