The Swan Theatre Company presents

'That Face'

By Polly Stenham
Directed by Ian White

Monday 19th to Saturday 24th November at 7.45pm

'That Face', by young playwright Polly Stenham, is a modern play about real issues facing a family. The strong and predominantly young cast of six promises a memorable night of drama.

Hugh left family one and now lives in Hong Kong. Martha drinks herself into oblivion, son Henry dropped out of school to care for her and Mia may be expelled from boarding school following an 'incident'. The playwright treats each character with compassion, with dark wit in her writing. Word is spreading so if you haven't already, get your tickets now. This is a performance you won't want to miss!

If you are one of those who missed Thursday's performance because of the weather, please come along on Saturday and we will honour your ticket (though not the seat number).

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