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12 Sep – 12 Oct 2019
A bitterly funny post-colonial Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf.
A play that turns the cliché of the drunken dinner party between old friends inside out.
After six ‘wonderful and horrific’ years working as medics in the developing world, Carol and Martin visit their medical school friends Frank and Liz, who have remained at home building their careers and a comfortable life.
With whip-smart dialogue, bittersweet humour, impossible choices and two dolls, Peggy Pickit Sees the Face of God explores the gap between the couples and between the west and the developing world in a satire on aid and post colonialism, asking who has lead the better life.
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