CURRENT PRODUCTION

LIFER
a woman of principle



by Jane Carter Woodrow
performed by Beverley Dean

Thursday 7th - Saturday 9th June 2012, 7.30pm

Mumford Theatre
Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge

Box Office: 0845 196 2320
www.anglia.ac.uk/mumfordtheatre


Parole is the light at the end of the tunnel for Melanie - sentenced to life imprisonment at the tender age of 20, when Callaghan was at Number 10, Carter was president of the USA and ELO had just begun their world tour.

In this new play Melanie blows the dust off the shadows of her past to reveal a woman governed and destined by her principles, as she contemplates her latest application for parole and freedom.


Jane Carter Woodrow has a PhD in Criminology from Cambridge and has has spent many years working with both offenders and victims of violent crime. She has worked as a scriptwriter on
several high-profile television dramas, including
In Suspicious Circumstances and The Bill.
Her book Rose West: the making of a monster has been recently published by Hodder & Stoughton.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PREVIOUS PRODUCTIONS

Moonstruck Theatre's debut production was
Alan Bennett's Talking Heads
presented at the Mumford Theatre
20th-23rd March 2008

Bed Among the Lentils with Beverley Dean (left)
Her Big Chance with Jane Pulford (right)

Directed by Richard Purkiss
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Deborah Gearing's Rosalind
presented at the Mumford Theatre
11th-14th March 2009
as part of the Cambridge Science Festival

Emily Hargreaves as Esther (left)
Beverley Dean as Rosalind Franklin (right)
and Sam Plumb as Joe

Directed by Richard Purkiss
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Alan Bennett's Talking Heads
presented at the Mumford Theatre
21st - 24th October 2009

Bed Among the Lentils with Beverley Dean (left)
A Chip in the Sugar with Alan Orme (right)

Directed by Richard Purkiss