A poignant piece of theatre will be performed in Lincoln and Louth next week.
Inspired by people living with Motor Neurone Disease, One Man and a Fish will be at the Drill Hall on April 29 and the Louth’s Riverhead Theatre on April 30.
After being diagnosed with motor neurone disease (MND), Ted embarks on the trip of a lifetime, taking his pet fish with him.
Ted is a puppet and his story of love and life with MND is raising awareness of the disease across the UK.
Heartwarming and inventive puppetry combine with physical theatre and an original musical score, CELL tells the story of one man’s final adventure.
Ted rushes to experience the world, from the markets of Lille to the romance of Venice.
Nominated for a Peter Brook Award, CELL is a collaboration between Smoking Apples and Dogfish Theatre Companies.
Both performances start at 7.30pm.
Tickets for the Drill Hall cost £12, £10 and £8 from 01522 873894 or online at www.lincolndrillhall.com .
For Louth, where tickets are £10 and £5 for under 18s, call the box office on 01507 600350 or go online louthplaygoers.cloudvenue.co.uk/cell