It is 2018, and Jo has just moved into her dream cottage with her loving husband. But what is she running from? Back in 1945, Ruby battles to save her marriage to Sam, after a family tragedy threatens to tear them apart.
Will the two women find in each other the strength they need to survive?
Can friendship really traverse the ages?
This exciting new play premieres at The National Archives in November 2019.
Since 1971, Q2 Players have been providing a wide range of drama for lovers of live theatre in the Kew/Richmond area, with a programme of plays by authors as diverse as Shakespeare, Moliere, Ibsen, Shaw, Priestley, Anouilh, Emlyn Williams, Pinter and Ayckbourn. We have also had our fair share of success with drama awards in acting, direction and design categories.
Q2 Players is the only amateur drama group regularly performing in Kew. With the continued support of our audiences and the enthusiasm of our members, Q2 look forward to developing our reputation as an enterprising local drama group at the National Archives. Membership to Q2 costs just £20 per year.
Q2 perform two large shows each year in November or December and April or May, then over summer host small play readings where members perform poems or rehearsed readings. Social events take place throughout the year and include meals and quiz nights.