A beautiful sight, we’re druken tonight, walkin’ in a Bolton wonderland!
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! There’s festive punch in the bowl, snow in garden and a whips under the sofa… No, really.
Josie has just turned 40 and she’s at the end of her tether. She’s been dominatrixing for too long now and her daughter, Brenda-Marie, is driving her up the wall with her ice skating dreams. But what’s this? Her favourite client, Lionel, has organised a surprise party for Josie with The King himself: Chinese Elvis. With hips a-shaking and a drinks a-pouring, all is well until Josie’s Ghost of Christmas Past comes back to haunt her…
‘Extremely funny and deeply moving‘ ★★★★ Sardines
Writer of Humble Boy (National Theatre) Charlotte Jones’ hilarious and heartfelt comedy about finding a place to fit in won the 1998 Pearson Best Play Award and, on its twenty-first anniversary, receives its first ever London production, from comedy specialists Signal Theatre Company.
Tickets only £18!