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Neville's Island
Neville's Island
Neville's Island

Liverpool Playhouse

5th - 28th June

Tickets: 0151 709 4776

£8 -£16

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What happens when four out of condition middle-managers are sent off on a team building exercise in the Lake District?

With their rucksacks packed and an assortment of cagoules, camouflage and waxed jackets, Neville, Angus, Gordon and Roy set out to brave the elements and be back at base camp by dark.

Bound in by fog, menaced by wildlife and cut off from the world, the exercise turns into a comedy of recrimination, French crickets and sausages. What should have been a bonding process turns into a muddy, bloody fight for survival.

Wirral born playwright Tim Firth, whose work for television includes All Quiet On The Preston Front and Once Upon A Time In The North, also wrote the musical Our House with music and lyrics by Madness, which is currently enjoying success in London's West End.

The cast for Neville's Island will be familiar to many, with Peter-Hugo Daly as Roy (from TV's Longitute and Martin Chuzzlewit), Simon O'Brien (Damon in Brookside) as Neville, Steven Pinder (Max Farnham in Brookside) as Angus and Andrew Schofield (stage appearances include Sweeney Todd, Blood Brotheres, Stags and Hens) as Gordon.

Neville's Island is at the Playhouse Theatre between 5th and 28th June 2003 at 7.30pm. No Monday performances, with matinees at 2pm, on Saturday 14th, 21st and 28th June.


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