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Me, You & George Clooney for GM Fringe

“Me, You & George Clooney” a comedy by Manchester’s MaD Theatre Company Poor old Nellie has not been out since she was mugged.

She spends all day internet shopping and watching daytime tele. This is of great concern to her Care Worker Nigel whose visits are a Godsend to Nellie as they watch her favourite programme, ‘This Morning’ over a biscuit and a brew. She is delighted one day when Heart Throb and celebrity chef, Gino D’Acampo appears on the show wearing nothing but a skimpy piece of underwear knitted by Nellie. However this is nothing compared to the time when Nigel Arranged for Nellie to appear on a Phone-in with ‘This Morning’s’ life coaches ‘The Speakmans’ to help cure her phobia of lifts.

If it works she can finally go to the doctors whose surgery is on the thirteenth floor but more importantly she may just save Nigel’s life. MaD Theatre Company has been creating original plays since 1996 illustrating themes and issues relevant to ordinary Northern, working class folk and our latest “Me, You & George Clooney” is a heart warming comedy about gossip, friendship and family and Mr Clooney makes an appearance too…!

Miss it and your life will be just that bit emptier than it should be Kings Arms Salford as part of Greater Manchester Fringe Festival July 3rd, 4th & 5th 7 30pm.

www.madtheatrecompany.co.uk

Tix are via the link above.

Published: 25-Jun-2019

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