|01||Don't Step On The Cracks||20030623||Five plays that take a quirky look at old wives' tales.|
By Sue Teddern.
Kirsty is going on her first date in years but she steps on a crack on the way to the tube.
|02||The Seventh Daughter||20030624||By Sheila Goff A wily rejected wife misuses an old wives tale about how to determine the sex of a baby, for her own selfish ends.|
Stars Adjoa Andoh,
|03||The Slap||20030625||By Jenny Buckman When her daughter goes into an early labour, Dina remembers her Jewish roots.|
Dina....Jennie Stoller Dina as girl....Zoe Buckman Grandma....Dorren Mantle Nurse....Laura Doddington
|04||Coconut Wishes||20030626||By Bettina Gracias This play contrasts Indian and British old wives' tales concerning weddings and true love.|
A young Indian girl and a jilted British woman discover a mutual fascination with crashing weddings.
It stars Payel Patel, Jeff Mirza, Clare Cathcart and Sudah Bhuchar.
|05 LAST||The Day We Caught The Train||20030627||By Katie Hims Two mysterious visitors arrive to pay their respects to the deceased but are horrified to see that her corpse has been dressed in black.|