About Daughter's A Daughter, A
Written by Agatha Christie under the pen-name "Mary Westmacott", this is the first full-scale production of this rare Christie masterpiece since its premiere in 1954, and is presented by The Agatha Christie Theatre Company, by special arrangement with the author's estate.
A Daughter's A Daughter is a must for all Christie fans, and brimming with her brilliant wit, this gripping psychological drama tells the tale of a mother and her daughter as they strive to find happiness in 1940s Britain.
Returning home from the Second World War, Sarah convinces her mother to 'live life to the hilt', and ditch her fiancé Richard.
Meanwhile, Sarah has become involved with cad Lawrence and feels the need to marry him in order to please her mother. Will Ann and Sarah make life decisions based on the other's wishes?
An all-star cast will be led by Jenny Seagrove (Absurd Person Singular, Pack of Lies, Judge John Deed) and Honeysuckle Weeks from ITV’s BAFTA-award winning series, Foyle’s War. The cast also includes Tracey Childs, who has just recieved huge critical acclaim in a sell-out run playing Martha to Matthew Kelly’s George in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at London’s Trafalgar Studios, and Simon Dutton who recently played Binkie Beaumont in Plague Over England at The Duchess.