Star of radio, T.V. and school assemblies, is coming back to the East Riding Theatre with a clutch of new verses a few older favourites and a cardboard camel with a moving jaw.
The biscuits in the show derived from a phrase used by Romantic Poet, John Keats:
“a scarcity of biscuit” – not the sort of phrase or spelling you expect from a romantic poet.
The show delves into the more eccentric side of Keats, alongside everyday goings-on in the Hegley homes of now and yesteryear. Includes 7 drawings of elephants, myths discos, daleks, optional community singing and the search for a sense of self-worth. Designed more for adults, but suitable for the odd nin-year-old, The show won a ‘Lustrum Award’ at the Edinburgh Festival 2022, even though there are no biscuits.
|17 Feb 2023||7:30pm||£15.00 - £16.00||Book Now|
The ERT Team: We have a committed Board, comprising of professional theatre-makers and business experts. Patrons: Dame Judi Dench and Sir Mark Rylance Ambassadors: John Godber & Richard Bean Associated Artists: Mark Addy, Berwick Kaler, William Houston, Anna Maxwell-Martin, David Bradley Directors of the Board: Adrian Rawlins – Artistic Director Vincent Regan – Creative Director Chris Wade – Music and Comedy Programming Anne Cooper – Planning and Funding Sue Kirkman – Manager John Merrylees – Technical Production Tom Wilders – Finance