The North of England 1964 – Mary, nineteen and expecting a baby, is sent to an institution for unmarried mothers. As she tries to make friends with the other girls, she must also face the harsh realities of coping with the decision of giving her baby up for adoption.

This is a moving, often humorous and acutely written piece of drama set to a soundtrack of sixties girl groups such as The Shangri-La‘s and The Ronettes.

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Last session: Thu 11 Jun 2009 at 7:30 PM - This event has now passed
Derby Hall

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