Sleaford Little Theatre presents Sex, Drugs, Rick ‘N’ Noel, a comedy by David Tristram, at the Sleaford Playhouse next week.
The production runs from Tuesday-Saturday, September 15-19.
It follows Richard Branson (not the Richard Branson of Virgin fame), a 40-something redundant foundry worker who is looking for a new focus on life after his wife leaves him for another woman.
He enrols on a history degree course at university and meets mature student Noel Edmonds (not the Noel Edmonds of Deal or No Deal fame), a likeable ‘rogue’, 40-ish, who promises to take Rick under his wing and introduce him to the ‘ideal’ bachelor lifestyle.
Together they learn more than either could have imagined possible about life, women and themselves.
However, not much about history.
Doors open for the shows at 7pm, ready for a 7.30pm start.
Tickets range in price from £8 (concessions) to £9,
The are available from the Sleaford Playhouse website (www.sleafordplayhouse.co.uk), Chattertons, in Sleaford Market Place (9am to 5pm), or on 0333 666 3366.
There is an additional booking fee when purchasing through the website or over the phone.
l The show contains mild bad language.