Len and Hazel Wiles, a middle-aged childless couple who live on a remote farm, decide to adopt a coloured boy, Terry, who has no limbs because of the effects of Thalidomide. They encounter a great deal of resistance and scepticism from their friends and neighbours. Terry Wiles plays himself in this play.
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The title is taken from a quotation by George Herbert (1593-1633): "A Dwarf on Giant's shoulders sees farther of the two". See more