Monologues prove life is a funny thing

Louth Playgoers Theatre EMN-150324-125119001
Louth Playgoers Theatre EMN-150324-125119001

An anarchic look at life will entertain at Louth’s Riverhead Theatre next Thursday, April 2.

Following their sell-out success last year, with their Revue ”Where Did It All Go Wrong?”, The Parkinson’s Players return with “Life, Love and Laughter” - monologues and sketches read by the Shakers and Shufflers.

From the Bridge Group to the Agony Aunt; Bon Jour Bon Jour to Antique Antics; Nutters in May to Romeo and Juliet; A Mother’s Advice to the Job Centre, you will find much to activate your funnybone.

The group is made up from members of the Louth branch and is believed to be the only one in existence throughout the whole of Parkinson’s 

And in the time the group has been going the confidence of all the members has grown enormously.

They now feel comfortable not only reciting their own poems but are happy to take part in sketches or perform monologues and time spent rehearsing is proving to be an enjoyable activity.

The show starts at 2pm and tickets are available direct from 01472 591071.