Robert C Kelly Limited co-produced Too Far To Walk with Wayne Harrison and Ross Mollison at the King’s Head Theatre from 12 November to 8 December 2002. It told the heart-warming and witty story of two sisters who were separated for half a century by time, memory, class and vast oceans and starred award-winning actress Prunella Scales.
‘Too Far To Walk’ by Mary Morris. Directed by Lucy Skilbeck
Robert C Kelly, Wayne Harrison and Ross Mollison were delighted to announce the UK premiere season of Too Far To Walk by Mary Morris, at the King’s Head Theatre, Islington in November 2002.
Prunella Scales co-starred in this heart-warming and witty tale of love and redemption. Too Far To Walk is the story of two sisters who have spent half a century separated by time, memory, class, ideology and vast oceans. The distance each must travel to their path to reconcilation may seem too far to walk, yet both eventually share a spirit yearning to unify their past and future.
Too Far To Walk was presented at the King’s Head Theatre, Islington for four weeks from 1 November to 8 December 2002.
“Playwright Mary Morris has created a highly-charged, issues-filled piece
that travels between time, space and emotions”Theatre GuideLondon
“.. it is impossible not to be touched by Morris’s feelgood play about late-life liberation”The Guardian
“a heart-warming and witty tale of love and redemption”This Is London
“Scales is utterly captivating”Metro
“It’s a simple play but in Lucy Skilbeck’s sensitive production, almost always
touching and sometimes heart-piercing.”The Sunday Telegraph
King’s Head Theatre from 12 November to 8 December 2002