Published on Apr 16, 2012
That's life, that's what all the people say;
You're riding high in April, shot down in May...
It's party time! Welcome, to the coolest gig in town. Kick back, help yourself from the liquor cart and let Frank 'The Voice' Sinatra serenade you till the wee small hours.
Well, that's what's going on in ex-club singer Geordie's head, and his dementia induced hallucinations are causing daughter Nancy serious aggravation. Then an old musician mate from Scarborough breezes into town with a nasty secret and the feathers really start to fly.
Nancy has to take drastic action because 'Something's Gotta Give'. The question is: 'What would Ava Gardner do?'
Geordie Sinatra is a dark comedy that gets under the skin of dementia. Come fly with Geordie on the journey of a lifetime, whilst a live jazz trio knocks out swinging tunes from the great Sinatra songbook.
Presented in The Round auditorium, in a specially created 3-sided format, including cabaret seating.
In association with New Writing North.
16 May - 2 June
Box office 01723 370541
By Fiona Evans
Directed by Chris Monks
Starring: Anthony Cable, Kraig Thornber, Jill Myers and Heather Saunders.
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