Mother of Him
About Mother of Him
Evan Placey's powerful and provocative drama puts family at the heart of the story and questions whether love is truly unconditional.
Tracy-Ann Oberman, (EastEnders, Friday Night Dinner, Toast of London), plays Brenda, a single Jewish mother, pursued by the media and tormented with guilt, who tries to shield her children as the world demands accountability.
Oberman, whose stage work spans performances at the National Theatre, RSC and most recently Pinter at the Pinter in the West End, stars in this Award-winning play by Evan Placey (2011 Samuel French Canadian Play Contest Winner, King's Cross Award for New Writing).
Director Max Lindsay makes his Park Theatre debut following his acclaimed 2018 production of Angry at Southwark Playhouse. From the producer of Pressure and The Life I Lead.
Approx 2hrs (inc. interval)
Suitable for 16+