Woman in Mind

Susan finds herself middle-aged, in a loveless marriage with a son who doesn’t speak to her anymore and despairs on how she got there. She has an accident in her garden and sees a fantasy family which is everything her real family isn’t – a world she can escape into and live out her dreams. However, as the play unfolds, she loses control of her fantasy leading to increasingly hilarious scenarios until she can no longer tell the difference between her real and imaginary worlds.

Alan Ayckbourn has been described as ‘the comic poet of middle-class life’, and this is one of his most searching plays.


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