The Father, Tricycle Theatre

The Father at the Tricycle Theatre. Kenneth Cranham (Andre) and Claire Skinner (Anne). Photo credit Simon Annand (1)André is losing time. It’s not just his perennially mislaid watch, but whole hours, weeks, years. Is he still living in his Paris flat, or did he move in with his daughter Anne? Is she married, divorced, leaving the country with a new boyfriend? And why does that nurse she’s forced on him – the third one, or is it the first? – remind him so strongly of his other daughter, whose unexplained absence is just one of the memories slipping through his fingers like sand?

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One Response to The Father, Tricycle Theatre

  1. Miss Bicknell says:

    Sounds amazing. xxx

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