Alison Larkin Presents:

Grief…a Comedy

Mon 6 – Wed 8 Nov 23 60 minutes
Alison Larkin returns to Soho Theatre with this ‘improbably funny’ and life-affirming show about love, loss and hope.

The British writer/comedian found true love for the first time in her 50’s with an Indian climate scientist who had also immigrated to the US. Then he died. Then something wildly unexpected happened.  When Archbishop Desmond Tutu found out about it, he insisted she write this show. So if you don’t like it, you can blame him.

Music by Gary Schreiner

UK premiere following sold-out US run.

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“Life-affirming … an improbably funny piece not just about loss, but about love, hope and redemption”
The Berkshire Eagle
“(Larkin is) hugely entertaining…marvelously light footed”
The Times