Written and directed by Clive Moffatt
Music arranged by Andrew Liddell
This lyrical revue captures the memories and reflections of a local lad’s journey of chance and survival.
Mixing fact and fantasy, our story begins with the arrival in West Yorkshire of a young, Polish woman from a German labour camp in 1946. Through conversations, comedy, poetry and music, we capture the playful innocence of youth, the triumphs and trials of middle-age and the resignation of later life.
Whether you are old or young, nostalgia is the glue that binds our memories and reflections. It helps us make sense of who we are and prepares us for an uncertain future.