Separate Ways

Presented by Doye Mosse Productions.

London, 2019. Life is tough. Earning a living is REALLY tough.
Emily’s a trainee teacher and works in a bar. Her boyfriend is a dud. She wants to play in a band.

Beth is an amazing – but mostly unemployed – actor and singer. She just needs a new direction.

Freddie’s an optimist – he thinks everything is going to turn out just fine. But will it?

Emily, Beth and Freddie become friends – become lovers. The three of them are gigging and working, struggling to meet their bills.

Emily’s training reaches a crisis. Beth’s life changes for ever. Freddie feels stuck on the outside, looking in …

First performed in 2016 at festivals and in the West End, SEPARATE WAYS is a brilliant cabaret musical for three exceptional actor-singers. Written by celebrated musical theatre partnership John Gleadall (music) and Greg Mosse (words), SEPARATE WAYS will remind you of the great jazz-swing musicals of the 1950s – and leave you uplifted and singing.

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