@ Arts Centre WashingtonBook Now
21 April 2016
£8.50 / £6 (conc)
Shelley and Darren sing sixties songs to declining crowds in North Eastern club-land. It may be all Sonny and Cher onstage, but offstage the cracks are starting to show. Shelley’s need for a baby is taking her over as Darren refuses to make a commitment. They love each other but can they work it out? After all, even the Beatles split up in the end!
This two-handed play is packed with humour and great sixties songs, sung live.
Written by local playwright, Tom Kelly, writer of Geordie-The Musical and I Left My Heart In Roker Park, it’s characteristically down-to-earth, warm-hearted and funny.
“A lovely play that brightens you up” South Shields Gazette
Suitable for ages 14
Arts Centre Washington
Tyne and Wear
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