A Day In The Lives of FRANKIE ABBOTT
The Forum Music Centre, Darlington.
Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. We cannot issue refunds to under 16s who are not accompanied by an adult.
Frankie Abbott of the Fenn Street Gang is back and taking no prisoners at The Forum for a one off performance.
Presented by Darlington Film Club, 'Please Sir! The Movie' will be shown on the big screen directly followed by the 5 star Edinburgh Fringe play 'A Day In The Lives Of Frankie Abbott'.
Produced by The Misty Moon film Society and just 40 minutes long, A Day in the Lives of Frankie Abbott, Barry falls straight back into the part he last played 43 years ago with ease, he also wrote the play.
Unexpectedly touching, the piece is profound, funny, deeply poignant, and brings the comic character full circle, fleshing out his bones. As Marion, Anita Graham is a joy to watch. Beautifully understated she brings a natural no-nonsense warmth and wry humour to proceedings. If her face is familiar, it could be that you recognise her from another long-running classic sitcom, Terry and June, in which she played boisterous neighbour Tina.
A Day in The Lives of Frankie Abbott is a gem just waiting to be discovered.
Doors: 6.30PM (Film: 7.00PM / Play: 9.00PM)
Tickets also available from the Forum Music Centre.
Contact: 01325 363135 / email@example.com