On a Foggy Day

Women haggle meanly over a dead man’s will

Pearl, middle-aged and prissy, comes back from her husband’s funeral to her dingy Putney rooms with her best friend, Di, a blowsy, vulgar, redhead. Fog comes down over the street, and Di must stay the night. The two women settle down to discussing the dead man, agreeing on two points only: he was hairy and he was large. They are joined by a lonely neighbour who is known as Little Freda.

Cast (4)

Margaret Lockwood promotional headshot for Jassy, c. 1947, autographed ‘Sincerely’ by the actress
Siobhan McKenna
Kenneth Connor
Saeed Jaffrey
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John Kerr (Writer)

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Pearl (Siobhan McKenna) and Di (Margaret Lockwood) have tea after the funeral of Pearl’s husband.  On a Foggy Day, 1969.
Programme from On a Foggy Day (1969) at the St Martin’s Theatre, London (1)
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