DAUGHTERHOOD by CHARLEY MILES

One sister stays at home to care for Dad. The other sets out to ‘make a difference’.

 

 Reunited under their childhood roof, each is determined to let the other know exactly who has done things right. 

 

 Delving through the years to locate the rift that split them, they grapple with the question: when is it right to accept responsibility, and when is it necessary to reject it?

 

 A play about the bonds that tie us, and how we sometimes need to break them.

 

Charley Miles is a playwright from rural North Yorkshire. She is currently the Paines Plough Playwright Fellow. Her debut play, BLACKTHORN, was produced in 2016 and went on to become a finalist for the Susan Smith Blackburn award in New York in 2017. She was the Channel 4 Playwright in Residence at the West Yorkshire Playhouse in 2017, and has recently written plays for the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, the Royal Court, and Leeds Playhouse. Her original television drama, IN MEMORIAM, is in development with Buccaneer Media.