The Nottingham New Theatre

Two shows, one night!

Posted on: December 10th, 2012 by Charlotte Sanders

You only have one more chance to see one of the final two UNCUT shows of 2012.

Tonight is the final performance of both The Woman Who Cooked Her Husband and Voice Without Words.

The Woman Who Cooked Her Husband by Debbie Isitt

The play follows a battle between two of man’s most grave obsessions – sex and food. Kenneth yo-yos between his wife, Hilary, who provides him with the most lustful meals, and his mistress, Laura, who gives him the most scrumptious sex. There is a divorce, but Kenneth can’t seem to let Hilary’s cooking go – slipping out behind his new wife’s back to the awaiting arms of a juicy roast chicken.

Three years after the divorce, Hilary invites Laura and Kenneth round for a celebratory meal. With a hungry look at Kenneth, Hilary informs her guests that the main course will be a surprise…

Grab a slice of glorious Lee Rosy’s cake to watch this little, darkly amusing, play.

Performed in Lee Rosy’s Tea Rooms, Broad Street, Nottingham Town Centre.

Tonight: Monday 10th December: doors at 6pm for 6:15pm start

Tickets are just £2.50!


Voice Without Words by Tom Tolond

A great storm has passed. An old clown walks the barren wasteland, desperate and alone. He is haunted by dreams of a long forgotten life, the ghosts of a thousand people walk beside him. He cannot speak. But in his silence he seeks to entertain and spread his message of hope.

He cannot be the last. There must be some humanity left…

Student written and performed by a talented solo actor this is really not one to miss!

Tonight: Monday 10th December doors at 6pm for 6:15pm start

Tickets are just £2.50!

Performed in The Nottingham New Theatre Studio, University Park Campus.