Angie Smith promises her Manchester audience a night of drama and comedy with her play based on a true story set in the beautiful Caribbean island of Jamaica.
The play entitled ‘My Only Daughter’, tells of a single mother who struggles to raise her only daughter. She faces all the difficulties that you would expect in providing for her daughter, playing the role of both mother and father, and fighting to give her daughter the best start in life. However, devastation strikes with the news of her daughter’s pregnancy to an unknown father.
‘My Only Daughter’, told in the Patois dialect the drama, brings a sense of hope when this hard working mother meets a Police officer who changes things for ever.
During an interview on the Vinejuice Radio Show, Angie Smiths says: “I have written 9 plays during my career, but ‘My Only Daughter’ is a story to moves me the most. It directly addresses a real life issue yet tells a story of hope, romance, strength and laughter.”
The play will be showing in the 230 seat theatre of Z-Arts, Manchester on Saturday 12th April 2014 at 19:00.
Comedian Earl ‘Pink Panther’ Vassell will also be performing on the night.Full Event Details
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