An 80-year-old former British code breaker at Bletchley Park attends a Remembrance Day service in England. She looks back on her life and the secrets about her work and identity that she has held onto for 50 years. Will she ever be truly known by her children? How will she be remembered?
Written and performed by June Ballinger and inspired by her mother’s work at Bletchley Park during WWII, the story is created through memories, letters, and a diary discovered after her mothers death in 2013.
Running time is 70 minutes, with a talk-back lasting 20 minutes.