DATE: April 7, 2016
TIME: 8:00 pm
LENGTH: 1 hour
INTERVAL: no
AGE SUITABILITY: 14+
LOCATION: Lyth Wick Scotland KW1 4UD
Netting, a play by Morna Young April 7, 2016

Netting is a story of fishing widows trying to live their lives after a tragedy. A story about real women – strong but flawed – the play explores how grief changes their relationships. Written in Doric and set in a small fishing village in the North East, playwright, actor and musician Morna Young took inspiration from the many “strong” women in her family.
Netting was produced by Allie Butler, Morna Young and Woodend Barn.

Netting by Morna Young. Actors (left to right) - Morna Young (Alison), Sarah McCardie (Sylvia) and Carol Ann Crawford (Kitty). Photo credit Sid Scott

Netting by Morna Young. Actors (left to right) – Morna Young (Alison), Sarah McCardie (Sylvia) and Carol Ann Crawford (Kitty). Photo credit Sid Scott

netting2netting3Netting by Morna Young. Actors (left to right) - Morna Young (Alison), Sarah McCardie (Sylvia) and Carol Ann Crawford (Kitty). Photograph credit - Sid ScottNetting by Morna Young. Actors (left to right) - Morna Young (Alison), Sarah McCardie (Sylvia) and Carol Ann Crawford (Kitty). Photograph credit Sid ScottNetting by Morna Young. Actors (left to right) - Morna Young (Alison) and Carol Ann Crawford (Kitty). Photograph credit Sid Scott

http://www.mornayoung.com/netting/4589255500

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