Keswick, 1940 Britain is at war with Germany. Maggie's life is under invasion too: Gran knitting for England, evacuee lodgers, helping with the war effort and now a fund-raising concert party! Husband Rob is due home on RAF leave and best friend Peg has just learnt that she's pregnant but no such luck for Maggie and Rob... Nostalgia, romance, laughter and tears all feature in this comedy world première, full of live music, songs and dance from the war years.
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About the Author
LISA EVANS was trained as an actor at the Guildhall School of Speech and Drama. Now an award winning playwright, she was Resident Writer at Theatre Centre in 1983/4 and at Temba Theatre Company in 1986/7 and is currently Associate Writer at Theatre by the Lake, Keswick. Lisa has won numerous awards including the British Theatre Association Award 1986 & 1998, and was a finalist for the John Whiting Award in 2006. Lisa also writes for radio and television.