Printer Friendly

Scouse Potatoes returns to stage.

AFTER a successful first outing at during Capital of Culture year, the comedy, Scouse Potatoes, is returning for a four-night run.

Written by Arden School of Theatre graduates Jennifer Bea and Terri Nesbitt, who both appear in the show, centres on the lives of three women who are recovering after celebrating New Year's Eve together.

Issues that raised their heads the night before have not yet been resolved.

Scouse Potatoes had its debut at Hope Street's The Casa Club, and will start its run at The Actors Studio, on Seel Street, run by actress and comedian Pauline Daniels.

It has been expanded from a 50-minute piece to almost 90 minutes.

Three is a Crowd Productions, which is staging Scouse Potatoes, is planning a production of Alan Bennett's Talking Heads in June and Scott Murphy's new play Closing Time in November.

* SCOUSE Potatoes is at The Actors Studio from May 27-30, 0151 709 9034..

CAPTION(S):

Jennifer Bea
COPYRIGHT 2009 MGN Ltd.
No portion of this article can be reproduced without the express written permission from the copyright holder.
Copyright 2009 Gale, Cengage Learning. All rights reserved.

Article Details
Printer friendly Cite/link Email Feedback
Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:May 25, 2009
Words:157
Previous Article:Atlas has the world on her shoulders.
Next Article:Women-only networking.
Topics:


Related Articles
Scouse could become a protected dish.
Scouse in line to be protected dish.
Letter: Sense of pride.
Celebration of Scouse - to explore its unique accent; Experts to discuss history of area's language.
Stage Whispers.
Our Family Favorite.
Club to host a comedy first.
Comedy sensation back on city stage; ARTS DIARY.
ARTS DIARY: THEATRE Slappers and Slapheads/Royal Court Liverpool.
The girls get chippy in a new Scouse comedy.

Terms of use | Privacy policy | Copyright © 2022 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters |