*** Press Release *** Two Sisters by Gail Louw


Award winning playwright Gail Louw will direct her own play TWO SISTERS in spring 2017. Set in Israel at the turn of the century and loosely based on Gail’s own family, the play is a joyous and heartwarming account of the different lives of two siblings who meet up in later life and discover a shocking secret.

TWO SISTERS will open at The Mill Studio, Guildford on 3 February 2017. The full dates are:

Mill Studio at Yvonne Arnaud Theatre,

Guildford,                                           3-4 February 8pm                 01483 440000


Rialto Theatre, Brighton                  8-9 February 8pm                  01273 725230


Uppingham Theatre

at Uppingham School                         10 February 7.30pm              01572 820820


Myers Studio at Epsom Playhouse           23 February 7.30pm              01372 742555


Upstairs at The Gatehouse

Highgate Village, London N6              21-23 March 7.30pm              020 8340 3488


The sisters are played by Anne Kavanagh and Norma Cohen.

Anne Kavanagh’s recent stage credits include Sideways at the St James Theatre and The Mousetrap at the St Martin’s Theatre and on tour.

Norma Cohen’s recent work include Waiting for the Q (Tristan Bates),Yarning (Birmingham) and The Queen of Spades (Arcola). She will soon be seen in The Fitzroy: a post-apocalyptic comedy set on a submarine in 1956.

The numerous plays of award winning playwright Gail Louw are performed throughout the world from Los Angeles to Sydney and from South Africa to the UK. Her plays are published in a collection by Oberon Books – Gail Louw: Collected Plays http://oberonbooks.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=GAIL+LOUW+COLLECTED+PLAYS

Two Sisters was one of Gail’s first plays and is being revived six years after its first performance. Her other work incudes: Shackleton’s Carpenter, Duwayne, Blonde Poison, Miss Dietrich Regrets, ….And this is my friend Mr Laurel (with Jeffery Holland) and The Half Life of Love.

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