2 reviews, average rating:(5.0 Stars)
Adam Godley & Josh Hartnett were just fantastic! It was sad, funny, sexy,... more »
I loved evry second about it. Please note that as an operations Manger I ha... more »
When 16 year old Charlie Babbit borrows his dads car, he calls the cops. Determined to make it on his own, Charlie leaves.
When his dad dies, Charlie gets the car and some rose bushes – but not the money. Hot on the trail of the cash Charlie discovers an unkown autistic brother, Raymond with an extraordinary talent for numbers. Intent on saving his business, Charlie takes Raymond on a rollercoaster journey involving Las Vegas, gambling, learning to dance, kissing. Raymond discovers a world beyond the hospital gates and Charlie, the meaning of unconditional love.
Based on Barry Morrow’s original Oscar winning screenplay and re-imagined for the stage by Dan Gordon and director Terry Johnson, the play examines the nature of love, understanding and connection. Leading the cast in this funny, heart-warming and touching contemporary story is Hollywood movie actor, Josh Hartnett in his West End debut as Charlie and Olivier nominated actor, Adam Godley as Raymond.
Adapted for the stage by Dan Gordon. Based on the screen play by Barry Morrow & Ronald Bass. Story by Ronald Bass.
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