"My Mother Said I Never Should, about four generations of women across the 20th Century, living in Manchester
and London...is a warm, poignant elegy about growing up, growing old and growing or not growing wise. It's about debts and
responsibilities; the grim burden of the puritan inheritance; and how it takes generations to learn about the value of real
feeling. This is an immensely promising play"
- John Peter, Sunday Times