But That Was Then

Alison Peebles will be appearing in next week’s Play, Pie, Pint, which will then transfer to Ayr Gaiety the following week. Details can be found on the website

A long time together couple; grew up together in marriage; grew together in marriage; matured into middle age together and are now aging together but, Marcia, believes, and is convinced, she is aging quicker than her husband James; and it cant simply be put down to a changing world that leaves her unsure, unemployable, bemused and feeling stranded; and James seems not to notice… but he does notice…


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