Let There Be Love

By Kwame Kwei-Armah

5- 30 August 2008

“Touching, funny, topical…revealing” The Financial Times

“A funny and sometimes teary account…delightful” Time Out Critic’s Choice

A warm and sometimes moving play Independant on Sunday

When West Indian pensioner Alfred Morris is kicked out of his daughter’s Croydon house he returns to his Willesden home to find he’s been gifted a ‘Polish cleaner/ home help’. Eager to learn the ways of her new land, the cantankerous and xenophobic Alfred realises that he may indeed still have a role in life: he could teach Maria to be british- and if he succeeds, maybe she might help him in the most unexpected way!


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Tue 5 Aug 2008 - Sat 30 Aug 2008

Producer - Tricycle Theatre

Director - Krame Kwei-Armah

Designer - Helen Goddard

Lighting Designer - Rachael McCutcheon

Sound Designer - Neil Alexander

Wardrobe Supervisor - Sydney Florence

Choreographer - Jason Pennycooke


Sharon Duncan Brewster - Gemma

Lydia Leonard - Maria

Joseph Marcell - Alfred