Why See Sydney and the Old Girl?
Miriam Margolyes Stars In A Brand New World Premiere
After a critically acclaimed turn in bright-eyed period comedy Madam Rubenstein, Bafta Award-winning British-Australian stage and screen legend Miriam Margolyes returns to the Park Theatre for another rib-tickling theatrical production this Autumn! The theatre veteran stars in the world premiere production of 'Syndey & The Old Girl' by acclaimed Irish playwright and screenwriter Eugene O'Hare.
Margolyes stars opposite English actor Marc Hadfield as Nell and Sydney, a mother and adult son who've been living together for far too long - their constant bickering punctuates their dreary days and one-upmanship has become an art form in which both are masters. Amidst the escalating tensions, the issue of an inheritance arises, intensifying their sitting room warfare until an Irish care work named Marion is drawn into their battle, played like a pawn from both sides. Filled with searing humour, this black-as-night comedy about mutually assured destruction marks a rare stage appearance from Margoyles and is simply not to be missed.
Previews from: 31 October 2019
Opening night: 2 November 2019
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