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This is another prime example of Willy Russels scouse comedy genius.
Its a tale of cold feet in 1970's Liverpool, Dave a working class bloke who's only escapes from the depressing dull life of working class liverpool is his ale and his footy.
This play is cleverly set out between the blokes in the clubs toliets on a Stag night and the girls in the girls toliet, Dave (the groom)has passed out drunk and Linda his bride who has cold feet about marrying and settling down in liverpool. Is out for a last fling when her ex boyfriend and now a rock star walks into the club all seems set up for a failed wedding when the Stags meet The Hens in thr same club.
Endless real life humor we can all relate to full of loveable characters such as Billy and Kav.
He should move down south, much more going on:) -Jon
RayMan_UK 14.01.2003 00:39
As the others have advised, just some more information required for higher ratings. Let me know if you add to it & I'll come back to read it again. Liverpudlian humour makes me smile. Carla Lane wrote some great stuff, is this anything like her humour? Thanks for sharing :-) Ray.
joy9 13.01.2003 21:47
This play/book sounds brilliant. I would especially appreciate the humour coming from Merseyside.