Where: Tabard Theatre, 2 Bath Rd, London W4 1LW
£: 14 (12 concessions)
What is it?
Three years after the death of his wife, Michael gets a shock. Just a pair of legs on a bus but it’s enough to unlock long-buried desires. Suddenly he wants to know: What is love? Is it wrong to buy sex? Is marriage the best answer? And why does the Hormonic Jazz Band always prevail? Writer and director Robert Gillespie’s bold, funny play Love, Question Mark explores our fidelity to the notion of monogamy, contemplating the curious gap between what we say we want and what we actually do, and posing provocative questions about sexuality and old age.
Robert Gillespie wrote satire for That Was the Week That Was. As an actor he starred as Dudley Rush in Keeping it in the Family, and has had an extensive TV career with appearances in The Likely Lads, Dad’s Army, George and Mildred and Rising Damp. He has directed plays in the West End, New York, Israel and Dublin, and seventeen shows at the King’s Head Theatre.
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