Relationships are like going on a very long train journey. You have to keep on going till the end; you can't just jump out of the carriage when things get a bit bumpy..
You have to keep on going till the end; you can't just jump out of the carriage when things get a bit bumpy..."
North London. Across a crowded karaoke bar, chunky travel agent Martin nervously catches the eye of his not-so-young internet stud. At a Jewish residential care home, blind and elderly Stella shares make-up and millinery tips with her Muslim nurse. And in their spacious house, a long-term lesbian relationship crumbles as Helen and her alcoholic partner squabble viciously over fig and honey tart. Six people whose lives are inextricably linked, each searching for some kind of salvation. But with so many roads to paradise, which one will they choose?
Amanda Boxer, Gillian Hanna, Daniel Hill, Miriam Karlin, Elizabeth Uter, Jason Wing
Director: Anthony Biggs
Stage Manager: Ellie Browning
Producers: Tara Wilkinson. Elizabeth Brown
Designer: Beck Rainford
Lighting: Tony Simpson
Sound: Arthur Darvill
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