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By Barney Norris

Arthur has begun having falls. But he feigns strength as he works hard to keep his farm going and looks after his wife Edie, who is showing early signs of dementia.

The routine of their life changes with the arrival of a blue haired carer with problems of her own. Meanwhile, their son Stephen is determined that his mother should be in a care home, not living in their Yorkshire farmhouse.

In a tender look at a long and happy marriage, this play also explores the very current themes of ageing, family support and the struggle for survival in the farming industry.

This light modern drama is in the Wildman Studio.

Directed by Jamesine Cundell-Walker

Presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH LTD