Date(s) - 29/07/2016
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
@ A.E. Harris
Ever wondered how bad the British weather can get?
It’s raining…again…and Tom and Sally’s house is about to be flooded…again!
Sally is very worried, blaming melting icebergs and Tom’s stubborn refusal to face reality. He is more concerned with his ‘Disco boat’ and the antics of the drunken Brummie revellers he has to entertain, as he sails up the River Severn every weekend.
Last year the river flooded the whole of the ground floor. This year it reaches the ceiling. The rain is showing no signs of abating and before long Tom and Sally are drifting around a flooded Worcestershire looking for dry land.
The irrepressible Millington’s begin to realise they are witnessing an environmental disaster. Tom and Sally are facing cataclysmic odds and at the same time rediscover a deep-seated love and affection for each other through events that are truly global.
“An intimate and topical look at a subject that could affect us all – especially those of us living in the vicinity of one of the great British rivers. A tale told with lots of warmth and sensitivity.’ Paul Milton – Creative Director, Everyman Theatre Cheltenham.
‘A quirky tragi-comedy of epic proportions’
‘A finely wrought play that provides laughs, tears and food for thought in equal measure. Highly recommendable’ – The Stage
Tickets £7.50 (plus 75p booking fee). To book click here.