Steelworks Theatre – The Fulstow Boys

Theatre |
22nd September 2018

Doors open 7.45pm | Tickets £13.50 

Based on a true story

When Sky News and the rest of the worlds press descended on a small village in Lincolnshire all hell broke loose. Why doesn’t the village have a war memorial?  And what are they going to do about it? Determined to right a wrong that has been hanging over Fulstow since the First World War the tenacious Nicola Pike leads the village committee to make a decision that threatens to tear the community apart: but Graham is desperate to cure his constipation; Maurice’s back is playing up; and Moira is furious that someone else has been asked to make the chocolate cake at the forthcoming fete. Set across two time frames the tale of a village’s monumental decision is both heart-breaking and hilarious.

STEELWORKS Theatre Company brings you the premiere of award winning writer Gordon Steel’s powerful, poignant and hilarious play, The Fulstow Boys.

Gordon’s previous work includes Grow up Grandad, Like a Virgin, Studs, Dead Fish, A Kick in the Baubles; he has also written for the BBC, Channel 4, Carlton Television and LWT.

‘Dramatic, painful, provocative and often hugely funny’

‘Steel writes crisp, sharp dialogue, both tickling our funny bone and engaging our mental processes.’

‘Funny, sad, heart-warming’


22nd September 2018

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