Happy Hour

Hannah Donaldson is currently appearing in Happy Hour by Anita Vettesse and directed by Gethin Evans.

Anne’s finally got both her children together again to scatter her husband’s ashes in the family pub – somewhere…

Kay wants to hurry it along. Tom’s just jetlagged. But Anne’s having none of it. She wants to slow things down; say goodbye to Joe properly – then focus on the real reason they’re here. The money. 

In association with Sherman Cymru and Tobacco Factory Theatres

9th – 14th November Oran Mor 

18th – 21st November Tobacco Factory

24th – 28th November Sherman Cymru


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