People Come Here To Cry

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Deborah attends a local crisis centre, but is she better off without it? Humourous study of counselling, starring Sue Johnston.

Deborah attends a local crisis centre, but is she better off without it? With Sue Johnston

By Char March.

A heartening and humorous monologue about the counselling industry.

Fortysomething Deborah Smith comes to an emotional watershed in her life.

During the morning vacuuming, a radio chat show mentions the local crisis centre.

Deborah girds up her loins, her stock of handkerchiefs and her Thermos flask and prepares to get counselled.

With Sue Johnston.

Director Susan Roberts.

Deborah is in need of counselling, but is she better off without?

Deborah is in need of counselling, but is she better off without it?

Deborah attends a local crisis centre, but is it what she needs? With Sue Johnston.

Deborah attends a local crisis centre, but is it what she needs? Char March's humorous look at counselling with Sue Johnston.

Deborah attends a local crisis centre, but is it what she needs? Stars Sue Johnston.

Deborah attends a local crisis centre, but is it what she needs? Humorous look at the counselling industry. Stars Sue Johnston.