Tony Teardrop

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0120140131

Tony Teardrop

by Esther Wilson

Based on true stories, this is a biting and sometimes humorous play about homeless people and people living on the breadline. It follows the poignant story of Roz, a homeless

drug addict who has four adult children and looks especially at the relationship with her and eldest daughter Carly. Tony Teardrop is also homeless, and a parent; he's hoping to arrange a visit to see his two boys, who are in long term foster care. When Tony and Roz meet a relationship develops.

Directed by Pauline Harris.

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Tony Teardrop

by Esther Wilson

Gritty and sometimes humorous drama inspired by true stories taken from the homeless people of Manchester. The care of children is at the heart of this second drama about homeless couple Roz and Tony, who have been out of town but now they're back. Roz is a Methadone addict with four adult children. Her eldest daughter Carly has fallen out with Roz, and after having been made redundant is facing her worst fear; being homeless with her own young children. Tony Teardrop, is a father of two boys who are living with foster carers. He's hopeful of starting contact with them again. This is a sequel to the Friday Drama (Friday 31st January slot at 21.00).

Produced and directed by Pauline Harris.

20120317

by Esther Wilson

Based on true stories, this is a biting and sometimes humorous play about homeless people and people living on the breadline. It follows the poignant story of Roz, a homeless

drug addict who has five adult children and looks especially at the relationship with her and eldest daughter Carly. Tony Teardrop is also homeless, and a parent; he's hoping to arrange a visit to see his two boys, who are in long term foster care. When Tony and Roz meet a relationship develops.

Tony Teardrop....Steve Evets

Roz....Siobhan Finneran

Carly....Christine Bottomley

Billy....Gerard Kearns

Ken....Glen Cunningham

Lynne....Deborah McAndrews

Big Truck....Stephen White.

Esther Wilson's biting and comic play about two homeless people.