BAA’s Wendy Seager takes to the stage at Oran Mor in Coming Clean: Barbara, a one-woman show written by Alma Cullen and directed by Marilyn Imrie.
Barbara once willingly gave up her dead-end job to nurture the careers of husband Andy, now a police Superintendent, and son Gavin, a newly qualified surgeon. Homemaking is really her thing, with social events, art classes and church-based volunteering on the side. Perfection. Until, horribly, everything crashes.
Runs Monday 4th March to Saturday 9th March.
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