Tuesday, 9 March 2010

Come As U R

Those of you with long memories - and quite a few of you with short ones - will remember Come As U R, by Eddie Coleman, which brought the house down at the King's Head in the winter showcase.

So successful was it that it's being given a proper production at the Landor theatre in darkest Clapham. Same cast, same director. That is, Pete Picton, Caroline Langston, Tim Gambrell, and Lynne O'Sullivan, directed by Amber Homes. So, it's a totally in-house production. A jolly comedy about wife-swapping. It doesn't get much better than that.

Being a one act play, Eddie is doubling it up with "Houston, We Have a Problem", which stars another P-P alumnus Victoria Johnston and begins thus:

"David returns home from a business trip with a surprise for his mother....a wife. But Dora is not best pleased with her son’s choice.

Can David convince his mother that Gemma is the one? And will Dora find space in her heart to accept her?"

I'm going on Thursday, so come and join the coach party! Tickets are ten pounds, concessions are eight. It only runs from Tuesday 16th to Sunday 21st, so be warned, time does fly.

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