The Revlon Girl
 

The Revlon Girl

Teddington Theatre Club

Hampton Hill Theatre
90 High Street, Hampton Hill
London
TW12 1NY



Set eight months after the death of 116 children in the Aberfan disaster of 1966, The Revlon Girl tells the real-life story of a group of bereaved mothers who met every week, to support each other.

Realising they'd let themselves go but afraid of local gossip, they secretly arrange for a Revlon Rep to give them a talk on beauty tips. Despite their unbearable pain, this seemingly trivial activity opens the way for them to laugh, cry and heal together.

NB There is NO INTERVAL with this production.

There is some strong language.

LIFT OUT OF ACTION
This is a studio show upstairs. We regret that the lift is currently OUT OF ACTION and may not be working when this production opens.
link to Teddington Theatre Club web site
Teddington Theatre Club is one of the leading non-professional theatre companies in the South East of England and is affiliated to the Little Theatre Guild of Great Britain. Founded in 1927, it moved to its own premises, Hampton Hill Theatre, in 1998.

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