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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

Cast includes: 
      Ralf Little            Rebecca Johnson     Marjorie Yates


Presented by Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse and Rose Theatre, Kingston


A Day In The Death of Joe Egg

Fri 5 Apr to Sat 27 Apr at the Playhouse

Evenings: 7.30pm (except Wed 17 Apr)
Matinées: 1.30pm on Thu 18 Apr & Thu 25 Apr
2pm on Sat 13 Apr, Sat 20 Apr & Sat 27 Apr
Twilight Perf: Wed 17 Apr at 5.30pm
Tickets: £12 - £23
Audio Described performanceAudio Described: Thu 18 Apr (eve)
Captioned PerformanceCaptioned: Sat 27 Apr (mat)
Afterwords: Wed 17 Apr
Page To Stage: Thu 18 Apr
Age recommendation: 12+
Running Time: approx 2hrs 20mins (including interval)

Please Note: There will be smoking on stage during this production

Click here for details of our directing Masterclass with Stephen Unwin

Joe Egg and the Social Model of Disability
A discussion with DaDa fest

Sat 27 Apr 4pm-6.30pm in the Playhouse auditorium



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