Three women are bound together by a father's love for his daughter and a mother's love for her son, by the choices they made and didn't make, and the dreams they nurtured and destroyed.
Ella's got a project. After ten years she has completed her piano concerto, and now she needs the help of Liz and Beth to get it performed. But first they've got some history to negotiate, and some old scores to settle.
Helen Cooper's new play is a comedy of ambition thwarted, abandoned and fulfilled and a lyrical evocation of the lives we might have lived.
Three Women and a Piano Tuner was premiered in a production directed by Samuel West in the Miverva Theatre, Chichester, in 2004.
"'Beautifully written... as pleasing to the eye as it is stimulating to the soul' City Limits on Mrs Gauguin; 'Appealingly quirky... The characters are odd, yet human, the set-up is intriguing' What's On on The House of Ruby Moon"