My Romantic History by D.C. Jackson
23rd to 26th October 2013, 7. 45 pm
£9 Adults; £5 Concessions
St Anne's Church Hall, St Ann's Crescent, SW18 2LR
To by tickets: 07814 611239 or www.newstagers.co.uk
When Tom starts a new job, he doesn’t expect that after work drinks will lead to a drunken and clumsy one-night stand with his new workmate Amy. But suddenly Tom and Amy find themselves locked into a relationship neither wants. Hovering in the background are the ghosts and regrets of their romantic pasts. DC Jackson’s play is a sharp, sassy and hilariously filthy comedy about how awful we can be to each other.
A caustic anti-romantic comedy, My Romantic History is both very rude and very real. This is a play for anyone who has woken up embarrassed in a strange bed, wondered why their friends are all coupled up, got a dumb tattoo, or pined for their first love…
My Romantic History won a Scotsman Fringe First at the 2010 Edinburgh Festival.
An amateur production in association with Samuel French.
September 21, 2013