One Man and his Dog at the Brighton Fringe 2017

by admin on 4 December 2016

 

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A play about older people. Something unusual for the Fringe!
Is one too old to look for pastures new? If not, what are the consequences?
You can’t teach an old dog new tricks, or can you?
Age may not wither, but it does give a couple time to reflect on their lives and what the alternatives might be and in fact, if there is time to explore them.
Does familiarity breed contempt, love or just passiveness?
What happens when communication, the most important cement in a relationship, dies?
Lots of questions about a situation not often aired. The consequences for the couple can be catastrophic. The potential answers are explored in this new play which has its debut at the Brighton Fringe 2017.
Written and directed by Simon Waterfield. This is his third year at the Fringe and his fourth show.
Performed by Simon Waterfield with Emma Kerby Evans as his nemesis.
One Man and his Dog
By Historical Interpretation
At Brighton Friends Meeting House
May 25th, June 1st and 3rd. 7.30pm. £9 and £7.
www.historicalinterpretation.co.uk/uncategorized/one-man-and-his-dog/
To book tickets visit www.brightonfringe.org or call 01273 917272

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