by David K. Barnes and Michael Milne
"Whatever you do, don't let him kill you."
Sweet. Cheerful. Incredibly handsome. Timothy is a husband to die for - no wonder his wife is worried. When Yvonne and Susan are invited to a meeting in the cellar, neither of them know what to expect. But after Annette claims her husband is planning to kill her, they find themselves drawn into a tangled web of rash accusation and rising panic. With Timothy at work in the kitchen, can the three women separate fact from fiction and escape with their lives?
by David K. Barnes
“People can’t resist giving money to a monkey.”
A few months ago, you could have found Barbara leaping from tree to tree in the depths of a distant jungle. Now she works for an organ grinder on the shores of the English seaside, dancing for spare change and having a thoroughly miserable time. Anxious, trapped and bored to tears, Barbara finds solace in the company of the organ grinder’s wife – but can either of them escape from the lives they never wanted?
A short tale of a little monkey in a bad and baffling world.
Starring Beth Eyre, Alys Henry, Sarah Sorensen and Peter Wicks
Produced by Tumble Dry Theatre
Directed by John Rushton
May 3rd / 4th 8pm
2 hours duration
Drayton Arms Theatre, 153 Old Brompton Road, London, SW5 0LJ
Tickets £5 available here