One last card trick: a comedy
In a West End synagogue three septuagenarians, Sophie, Hetty and Magda meet every Tuesday to play the card game Kaluki. Loretta, a youthful forty-seven year-old, keeps the score. But all this is about to change when their synagogue is to be sold to a strip club owner. These inrepid ladies decide to take direct action and barricade themselves in their fated synagogue. Can they succeed or will their constant bickering put paid to their plan?
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