Maggie Dealey’s bittersweet one-woman show, tells the tale of a middle-aged single mother. As Ruth sets off, taking her new baby on a train journey to see her older son, we hear her story as she speaks to the other passengers and her daughter, Eve.

With age comes wisdom. With middle-age comes uncertainty, lost love and lost luggage.

Originally produced on the Buxton Fringe in 2003, where it won the award for Best New Writing, Three’s Company joined forces with Derbyshire based fragile theatre to stage the play for the Lost Theatre: One Act Play Festival in 2007 where Michael won the award for Best Director.