Friday 2nd April 2021
7:00 pm

Tickets: £12 Advance Only

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Giles Shenton, one of the country’s leading storytellers, follows up the highly acclaimed one-man productions of Three Men in a Boat, Old Herbaceous and My Dog’s Got No Nose with this poignant comedy about a person trapped between life and death after a terrifying car accident.

Stuck in hospital waiting to see if his wife survives, the husband shares with us the agony, pain and desperation of not knowing if he will see her again, while at the same time mulling over such things as football, sensible slippers, surveyors and his girlfriend’s periods.

This ghostly comedy by Ron Aldridge is funny, lyrical and haunting. You’ll never look at a hospital waiting room the same way again!

“Highly entertaining” Gloucester Echo

“Romantic, tender……and very funny.” Today (Edinburgh Festival)

“… a tour-de-force……….at times it is achingly funny, at other times it makes the audience hold its collective breath.” The Scotsman (Edinburgh Festival)

“Quirky, funny and fanciful………don’t miss this performance.” Daily Express

“A haunting piece of theatre………we are teetering on that ill-defined border between laughter and tears.” The Stage

“Go and see it……….NOW!” BBC Radio Berks

“Giles Shenton gifts us with another tour de force…catch it while you can!” Surrey Advertiser

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