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Indoor performances at theatres are postponed to at least 15 August 2020.

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The show below will not currently be playing and is scheduled to close by 15 August 2020 (when theatres might reopen - this is subject to confirmation).

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Roundabout: Daughterhood

Closed 26 Oct 2019

Theatre Royal (Stratford East)

A beautiful, ferocious play about the bonds that tie us, and how we sometimes need to break them.
Roundabout: Daughterhood at the Theatre Royal (Stratford East)

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Show details


One sister stayed at home to care for Dad, the other set out to 'make a difference'.

Reunited under their childhood roof, Pauline and Rachel unearth more than the 10 years between them.

It's a huge gap. Almost insurmountable.

And each is determined to let the other know exactly who has done things right.

Daughterhood is a beautiful, ferocious play about the bonds that tie us, and how we sometimes need to break them.

Background, advisory warnings

Age suitability: Not available

Written by Charley Miles, finalist for the Susan Smith Blackburn award, New York 2017 (BLACKTHORN; West Yorkshire Playhouse).

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Gerry Raffles Square
London E15 1BN

Box office tel: 020 8534 0310

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Previews from:Thursday 10 October 2019

Closes:Saturday 26 October 2019

Performance days & times

Various ‑ check schedule for details.

Saturday - 3-00pm (19 Oct)

Running time: 1 hr 10 mins (no interval)




£15 for under 26s

See Daughterhood and On the Other Hand, We're Happy on the same night for £30.


Charlotte O'Leary

Charlotte Bate

Toyin Omari-Kinch


Author: Charley Miles
Director: Stef O'Driscoll
Lighting: Peter Small
Sound: Dominic Kennedy
Movement: Annie-Lunnette Deakin-Foster
Production: A Paines Plough and Theatr Clwyd production.


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