Moving slightly off topic from my recent good news I wanted to tell you about this play I went to see last year and recommend it if you are London Based. It's called 'Do you know where your daughter is?' and its written by Angie Le Mar. In 2008 I reviewed it for Afridiziak and now it's back at the Albany Theatre in Deptford until the 7th November. I really enjoyed it when I went to see it and I felt that it had a great message.
Following the huge sell out success at the Hackney Empire, Angie Le Mar’s hit play, ‘Do You Know Where Your Daughter Is?’ comes to the Albany Theatre. This is a fast-paced production witnessing the tensions in the relationship between a mother and a daughter coupled with the devastating consequences of peer pressure. Exploring the reality of what happens when communication goes out the window, followed by rules, morals and finally love - the play features a cast of teenage actors in a hard-hitting and topical drama.
Dates: 2, 3, 4 and 7 November 2009
Time: Doors, 7pm for 7.30pm
After-show celebrity guest Q&A: Tuesday 3 November
Mothers bring your daughters for free: Wednesday 4 November
Ticket prices: Adult: £7.00 / Child: £5.00
Address: The Albany, 8 Douglas Way, Deptford, London SE8 4AG
Box Office: 020 8692 4446
So yeah, im not going to tell you tooo much about it becuase I want you to go and see it. it has a great cast, its a good story and look you can read what I wrote about it here
Have you seen anything good lately?