Maggie lives in an isolated farmhouse in the north of England with her father Andrew, a celebrated scientist. They lead a life that is as conventional as it is idyllic.
Into this blissful, humdrum picture bursts Cath, a childhood friend of Maggie's, away for ten years but now back to tell Maggie something she should have learned a long time ago.
By the end of the night nothing is left of the picture-box idyll so carefully constructed by Andrew and taken for granted by Maggie.
The play contains adult language and is therefore probably not suitable for children under 16.
Saturday 3rd July 7.30pm
Tickets £6 from Whalley Post Office
or Grace Gemmell Tel. 01254 823402