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September in the Rain Radio/TV Program

September in the Rain: A Saturday Play

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Jack and Liz are in Blackpool for one last time. John Godber's classic stage play tells the touching and funny story of a marriage through a lifetime of holidays together.

John Godber is one of the country's most successful and prolific playwrights. Famously, he was identified as the third-most-performed playwright in the UK, after Shakespeare and Alan Ayckbourn. September in the Rain, written very early in his career, dates from 1983 and drew heavily on his grandparents' relationship. A play for two actors, it was originally performed by the author and his now-wife, Jane. They resume their partnership for this radio production many years after last performing it together.

Starring Jane Godber, and John Godber. Directed by Toby Swift.

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