A play all about the problems of growing old but debating whether to grow up comes to The Castle Theatre in Wellingborough next week.
Unforgettable is coming to the stage on Tuesday, June 2, starting at 7.45pm.
It’s the most unexpected things that rekindle the unique bond between brother and sister.
An ageing parents is one. Alzheimer’s is another. But “life’s too short”.
There’s new places to go and new people to meet. And new discoveries to be made – not least between brother and sister and their family experiences past present and future.
The show has been put together by the theatre company New Perspectives, who return to the stage with the winning entry of their 2014 Long Play competition directed by Theresa Keogh.
They invite you to share Jed and Rosie’s revelations in Tim Elgood’s funny and poignant play about growing up, growing old and a lifetime of rediscovery.
The play also sheds light on the effects of dementia on family relationships, but is ultimately the story of Jed and Rosie, their revelations about growing up, growing old and a lifetime of rediscovery.
The show is coming to the area as part of a UK tour.
It can also be seen at Richmond Village Hall on Thursday, June 4, at 7.30pm.
It them moves on to Old Village Hall at 7.30pm on Saturday, June 6, and then to Geddington Village Hall at 7.30pm on Thursday, June 11.
The local part of the tour finishes on Friday, June 12, with a performance at Gretton Village Hall starting at 7.30pm.
Tickets for the show at The Castle Theatre in Wellingborough cost £10 and can be booked by calling the box office on 01933 270 007 or visit www.thecastle.org.uk.
For more about the show www.newperspectives.co.uk/unforgettable.