Griselda and David, and their three offspring, have gone to the Latitude Festival, despite their crumbling marriage. Three Australians are waiting to see their hero, Adam Ant. Melinda has a thing for older men and after a chance meeting with David in the poetry forest accompanied by a strange performance poet, it seems love is blossoming. But Adam Ant’s post-concert words touch his heart and he realises he’s still in love with Griselda. Melinda’s ok with it, she’s managed to get tickets to Adam Ant’s concert in Melbourne. After all, ridicule is nothing to be scared of.
Archive for July, 2011
Colditz, and the Captain and Daphne have been interned for 4 years. But with the help of the slightly loony Spotty, Browning and an arrogant American with a Harley Davidson made out of loo rolls, they escape to Holland. But Spotty, pining for home, has turned traitor and sold them out to the Germans. Spotty sacrifices herself, but too late and they all end up back in Colditz. But can their spirit be broken, or will they make one last bid for freedom, and a cockney knees up back in the good old East End?
We’re back in the same place and at the same time as last year: Gilded Balloon at 10.50pm, from 5-28 August (except 17 August). There are also family-friendly matinees at 3.20pm on Tuesdays 9, 16 & 23 August.
Tickets are selling fast (this is no marketing puff, they really are selling three times as quickly as 2010) so do book now here to avoid disappointment.