Written and performed by Gina George, this one-woman show explores the power of idolisation and isolation within a grandmother, mother and daughter relationship. Is three really a crowd? Through powerful spoken word, tender (and not so tender) musical moments, and with a dollop of Geordie dialect, this show will tickle your good spots!Pilot night at Belgrade audience members 2016: "Absolutely amazing, hilarious and poignant!""Really touched me, excellently written and executed!""I'd love to watch it for the whole night.""Why aye lass - fecking brilliant! Happy, sad... the best kind.""We need more actresses, writers and female comics like this one!""So much control, all emotions covered!""Extremely mature acting!""Owns the stage.""Wonderful mix of physical performance, song and poetry to tell the story.""Great use of dialect to distinguish moments, great voice, good use of comic timing especially with extended audience members.""I love you. Give me your babies.""A wonderfully touching and humorous piece. Such lovely observations, expertly written, with a really nice mix of music, performance and poetry... you're bound for BIG things!"