Love or Money: a Comedy about Banks, Bras and going Bust
February 9, 2016 Laura Caldwell 0 Comments
From the writer of last year’s sell-out NHS-themed hit Stitched Up comes another satirical play in conjunction with c21 Theatre Company. Inspired by current affairs reports about the relationship between banks and business during the recession, Rosemary Jenkinson brings a comedy about banks, bras and going bust.
Eilish is back in the dating game and back in the courts rebuilding her law career. She has a demanding boss, a demanding life, and now a new boyfriend. As her work and her relationship develop, Eilish finds herself embroiled in a world of hidden identity, missing documents and bras… lots of bras…
c21 Theatre Company’s Creative Director, Steven Kelly, who is also the Director of Love or Money said:
“c21 Theatre Company is delighted to continue its relationship with Rosemary Jenkinson. Love or Money combines what c21 Theatre Company likes most about new theatre: it’s imaginative, unexpected, and, with this new play, is very very funny.”
At the Lyric Theatre’s Naughton Studio from 23 – 27th February, Love or Money is funded by the National Lottery through the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, the Doyle Shopping, Unity Theatre Trust and the Enkalon Foundation.
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