Sea Spray and Cuckoo Spit (3 stars)

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This article is from 2009.

Sea Spray and Cuckoo Spit

Decent production about a grief-shattered fishing family struggling to cope with the loss of a son to the sea that still sustains them. The story is nothing new, but some very good performances (particularly by bright-eyed Alex Marieka Hanly as the teenage daughter), and nice physical work help flesh out the characters into people we could care for.

Augustine’s, 510 0022, until 31 Aug, 9pm, £7 (£5).

This article is from 2009.

Sea Spray and Cuckoo Spit

  • 3 stars

In a small fishing town on the South Devon coast, fantasy and reality collide when the sea brings a stranger to a family struggling to live with loss. A poetic feast of new writing.

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