What is the connection between the tenth century Moorish princess,
Casilda, and a young Jewish woman, Miriam, completing a Masters
degree in contemporary Toledo? What links both to the Spanish singer,
Casilda Faertes and to her mother, another Miriam, born in Budapest
and raised in Nice?
Spanning a thousand years and bringing together the stories of three
generations of women in North-east England, Budapest and Spain, For
Hope is Always Born
, follows on from This is the End of the
and A Remedy for All Things
to ask huge questions
about identity and the nature of love and loss.