Spring/Summer Theatre 2019
Award-winning new writing from some of the most exciting playwrights on the scene today
Join award-winning comedian Benet Brandreth for a comic tale of love, loss, redemption and ramekins.
Slightly surreal, hugely funny, it’s a story about how to cope with the absurdity of today’s world, find love at 43, put on a one-man show in New York and come to terms with all your spare ramekins. ‘Ridiculously funny, breathtakingly erudite’ a ‘glorious, hilarious’ story, (Scotsman), told by ‘a brilliant, witty man at his peak’, (Chortle). Brandreth returns with the sequel to his multiple five-star, sell-out one-man-show: The Brandreth Papers.
'Ridiculously funny, breathtakingly erudite…His tale takes us to the dark side of the game of Scrabble, swipes us across Tinder, sweeps us up in the Men’s Rights Movement and, along the way shares with us Chekov, Byron and the correct pronunciation of Kierkegaard…Glorious…hilarious stuff.'
'Had me crying with laughter…'