A brand new Godber treat

A brand new comedy, Losing the Plot, by prolific playwright John Godber, can be seen at Derby Theatre from February 12-16, as part of a UK tour.

John Godber has a long, popular association with Derby audiences – with previous showings of his plays in the city, including On The Piste, Bouncers, Teechers and April in Paris completely selling out.

Steve Huison, familiar to millions as Lomper in the hit film The Full Monty is to play Jack Munroe, a middle-aged man who, after walking out on his Job, his wife and his teenage children, sets off to travel Europe and write his much-promised novel. He returns with no money, no novel and no idea why he left.

Steve trained at Rose Bruford College and has since appeared in a number of well-known TV programmes including Dinnerladies, The Royle Family and, most notably, as Eddie Windass in Coronation Street.

Susan Cookson plays Jack’s wife Sally, a flower shop owner. Susan is mostly known for playing Mrs Kath Wylie in the BBC drama Casualty.

However, she has also appeared in Emmerdale, Clocking Off, Fat Friends, Peak Practice and most recently Mount Pleasant.

For ticket prices and show times for this production of Losing The Plot, by John Godber, call the box office on 01332 59 39 39 or go online at www.derbytheatre.co.uk

Losing the Plot: Tickets: £10 - £23, concessions available. For more information and to book tickets call

the Box Office on 01332 59 39 39 or book online at www.derbytheatre.co.uk

Listings info

Derby Theatre

Tue 12 – Sat 16 February

Evening performances: (Mon – Sat), 7.30pm

Matinee performances (Wed & Sat), 2.30pm

Tickets: Adults: £10 - £23 Concessions: £10 - £21

Box Office: 01332 593939



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Direct Line: (01332 593955) Mobile: 07527 839019

Email: h.mckenzie@derby.ac.uk

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