Written and performed by Russell Layton
Directed by Simon Hudson
On the 15th October 1987, the absent-father of all storms was about to vent apocalyptic fury upon the south-east corner of the Kingdom of United. In a televised address to the nation, celebrity weatherman and rising national treasure, Michael Fish, relays a different forecast. Why did this critically acclaimed winning Titan of meteorology foresees its arrival, but choose to tell a different story? Welcome to this world exclusive. The truth behind the Great Storm of 1987. Is the BBC fit for purpose? You decide!
You don’t need to remember this event to thoroughly enjoy this funny and light-hearted show because it will blow you away regardless.
Layton is a craftsman, and there are emphatic laughs punctuating each one of his creations ★★★★ Broadway baby
This is a slick and professional show. The performance by Layton is remarkable ★★★★ Reviews Hub
A haze of nostalgia with gusts of laugh aloud humour, it’s a shaft of sunlight in our all-too-dreary world ★★★★ Fringe Guru
I was in stitches of laughter and it didn’t stop until the lights came down at the end of the show. ★★★★★ London Theatre1
Concessions: £1.00 off
Groups of 8-19 receive £2.00 off a full price ticket
Groups of 20-39 receive £2.50 off a full price ticket plus the group organiser goes free
Groups of 40+ receive £3.00 off a full price ticket plus the group organiser goes free
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