A journalist is accused of molesting his stepdaughter in this powerful drama starring Ed Stoppard and Lia Williams, and introducing Lucy Cook as Helen.
Following his divorce, David lives alone with his twelve year-old daughter Helen. Clara, Helen's mother, has remarried Tom, a successful journalist. Helen sees them at weekends and for holidays. When Helen, seemingly out of the blue, makes a shocking and violent accusation against Tom, claiming he's molested her, it has devastating results for everyone involved.
Helen is a powerful, contemporary drama about a family torn apart by anger, weakness and resentment. The play explores the damage we so easily do to those we love. Is Helen telling the truth? And if she isn't, can the damage ever be repaired?
Starring Ed Stoppard and Lia Williams, and introducing Lucy Cook as Helen.
By Virginia Gilbert
Producer/director: David Ian Neville.
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