Good Grief. KLT's latest production!
Sam Pepper, three stones overweight and on sixty cigarettes a day, lived a life typical of an editor of one of the national tabloid newspapers. His wife, June, returns from his funeral and, in accordance with his wishes, begins a diary that describes how she copes during the grieving period. Step daughter Pauline seems intent on making sure June looks after herself to the point of being irritating but nothing like as annoying as Sam’s former colleague who keeps turning up at the house and being mysterious.
June strikes up a friendship with a gentleman that she calls ‘The Suit’ for reasons that become apparent. Could it be that he holds the key to whatever it is that will allow June to ‘move on’? And will June be able to keep her stepdaughter out of the house long enough for that to happen?
The play was first produced in 1998 with Penelope Keith in the starring role and enjoyed a successful run in the West End. This production is sure to delight audiences with its pleasing mixture of laughter and pathos.
The Play runs from June 16th to 19th. Doors open 7pm – curtain up 7.30pm. Tickets are £6 and may be reserved by calling 01565 873515