The good dad (A Love story)
By Gail Louw
Honour thy mother and thy father. Thou shalt not murder thy father. Nor thy mother. But
definitely not thy father. If thou art going to murder either of your parents, murder thy mother instead of thy father. Do not murder thy father.
The whole family knew he was a good dad. A really good dad. But he wasn’t well, had a weak heart, so they gathered around him to protect him - from everything. Because he was a good dad. And Donna was special; he loved her the most. So why is Donna in prison?
Based on real life events from the 1980s, The Good Dad, A Love Story is the latest one- woman play from multi award-winning playwright Gail Louw. Told from the unique perspectives of mother, daughter and sister, this haunting family drama receives its world premiere at The Old Red Lion.
Previous reviews of Gail’s Louw’s one-person plays:
“A no-holds-barred tour-de-force of immensely gripping integrity”
(Theatre World on Shackleton’s Carpenter)
“Gail Louw has written, without doubt, one of the finest pieces of solo theatre ever to have been performed”
(What’s on Stage on Blonde Poison)
Cast & Creative
Directed by Anthony Shrubsall
Performed by Sarah Lawrie
Running time: 60 minutes, no interval
tickets £16, £14 CONCESSIONS
12 - 15 february, 7pm
Playing as part of the ORL'S 'WHERE ARE WE NOW?' festival of emerging artists
For further ticket information please click here or call 0333 012 4963 for all booking enquiries.