This story explores several forms of loss, challenges the resilience of a family, and celebrates the healing-power of storytelling. After waking from a coma with no memory of life before her accident, a young woman must try to move on knowing little more than her name: Daisy.

Her enduring passion for writing finds her escaping into the world of stories she creates in her notebook, but this coping mechanism still leaves Daisy feeling as though she can only move forward if she regains memories from her past. She never considers that perhaps some of the memories she's so desperate to unlock might be even more difficult to accept than her new life without them. What begins as a story of personal struggle soon becomes a family’s shared experience of hardship, loss, and love.

Rebecca Lock (Phantom of The Opera, Mary Poppins, Mamma Mia!) singing It Is What It Is from the musical Daisy at Caroline's Live At Zedel gig in London, September 2019. In the show, the character of 'Mother' sings this song to her daughter, Daisy.

Fra Fee (Les Miserables, The Ferryman, Translations) singing A Million Things with Caroline Kay, a duet from the musical at Caroline's Live At Zedel gig in London, September 2019. You can listen to the studio recording of this song on all major online music stores and streaming sites.

A clip of the song 'A New Day', filmed at the first read/sing-through of the show in London, featuring Irish West End performers Alison Arnopp, Adam Gillian, Carol Heffernan, Alan McHale, Ben Morris, Danny Murphy, Claire O'Leary, Brigid Shine, and Tom Lees on piano. Footage by Hícaro Nicolai. 

Photos from the first ever read/sing-through of the musical in late 2018 in London.