From Bury based playwright and comedian Lewis Charlesworth comes a new tale of a divided family, in troubling times…

Northern England, 2015. Mary is poor, old, alone and angry.

With only her clingy neighbour to talk to, she secretly awaits the arrival of a long-lost relative. But revealing him could cause quite a stir.

The Greek is a tender comedy-drama about British identity, and the humanity on both sides of a divided country.

From the writer of last year’s acclaimed Cheaters: A play About Infidelity.

Long-listed for the Lancaster Playwriting Prize.

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Reviews

“Lewis Charlesworth's transition from comedian to playwright has been a success.”

Manchester Theatre Awards

“Charlesworth has a knack for characterisation and impeccable dialogue.”

Talawa Theatre

The Greek

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