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A highly entertaining, bitter-sweet comedy set in a busy, northern pub. Two actors take on fourteen roles between them during the course of a single evening. Life's pains and pleasures are portrayed through the varied characters who come and go - each sharing their world with the audience in a series of vivid cameos. The central roles of the landlord and landlady hold this slice of life together, their relationship enduring ups and downs to arrive at a final resolution.Performers Eamonn Fleming, Gilly Tompkins.
Author Jim Cartwright. Producer York Theatre Royal. Director Nicholas Lane. Design Pip Leckenby. Lighting David Simpson.
USER (07Jun06): i thought it was great it was really funny and entertaining but had a serious side to it as the ending was very sad and had me in tears
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