Whack-A-Mole

Likened to a female Breaking Bad set in the Fens, Whack-A-Mole is a comi-tragedy about three generations of women with disabilities, one of whom, Rachel, is the carer for the other two, whilst also working as a music teacher. As Rachel struggles to secure a future for her daughter Florence and her mother Peony in today’s hostile environment, a surprise ‘windfall’ leaves the women fighting for their very existence…

The play is performed by a highly professional team of actors with experience in theatre and TV. The writer’s credits include Coronation St, The Bill and In Suspicious Circumstances for ITV, and the film The Thieving Headmistress for BBC2. Jane Carter Woodrow is also a Criminologist who appears on TV documentaries as an expert on serial killers, including Rose West, whom she has written a book about.