A story of friendship, fish pie and flick-to-kick football
Andy Green’s dad is good at Subbuteo; hopeless with spaghetti. So when Andy’s mum dies, he does the decent thing – he takes a month off work and moves back home with his dad to teach him how to cook. Fighting memories, and occasionally each other, the pair boil pans and set grills on fire. Can their relationship survive? Or is this is one kitchen nightmare even Gordon Ramsay couldn’t fix?
A brand new bittersweet comedy by Nick Lane, the writer of My Favourite Summer.
This play may contain strong language.
Dates & Times
Derby Hall @ The Met