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Afternoon Play: Mandrake

Synopsis

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Ruth, a social worker, is called in to assess Old Irene 's mental health. As she gets to know her, she is drawn into a strange and magical tale that will change her life for ever. Written and directed by Anita Sullivan.
Producer Karen Rose

Contributors

Unknown: Old Irene
Directed By: Anita Sullivan.
Producer: Karen Rose
Irene: Sara Kestelman
Ruth: Martina Laird
Poppy: Kate Aspinall
Aiden: Huqh Cross
Nick: Nicholas Boulton






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