Netting

Morna Young is appearing in her own play Netting from 11th March – 9th April 2016.

A father and his two sons are lost at sea. Keep busy, eh? Hope we’ll get a body, mebbe. The widden spoon. A knock on the door wi a wooden spoon. Three women adapt to their lives as widows. Kitty can’t stop knitting. Alison needs looking after. Sylvia wants to forget. Then, one day, a knock on the door. A body has been found. One body, three women. Who does it belong to? Set in the north of Scotland, “Netting” is a moving story about finding closure after unimaginable loss.

**** The Herald **** Broadway Baby

…the bone marrow of our humanity (THE HERALD) – Magnificent cast nets a winner (EVENING EXPRESS) …a poignant, heart-felt and emotionally honest play (BROADWAY BABY)

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