Nominated for a 2013 Offie (The Off West-End Theatre Awards):
Best Set Designer: Simon Higlett
Bri is a school teacher. His wife, Sheila, loves amateur dramatics. But their daughter Josephine is more than they bargained for and life is getting difficult…
This fast-paced black comedy blazes with the love and pain, the anger and strain of a young couple raising a disabled child. Highly theatrical, frequently heart wrenching and often very funny, A Day in the Death of Joe Egg (1967) is one of the great plays of the modern British theatre.
Peter Nichols is amongst Britain’s most successful playwrights. His many successes include The National Health (1969), Privates on Parade (1977), Born in the Gardens (1970) and Passion Play (1981).
“An unmistakably great play” The Daily Telegraph
Ralf Little Rebecca Johnson Marjorie Yates
Presented by Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse and Rose Theatre, Kingston
A Day In The Death of Joe Egg