A play confronting the idea of workplace relationshipsPeter knows that he is being highly unprofessional; but she is so cute, and funny and so damn sexy. As for spoiled rich kid Polly? Hey, girls just want to have fun. Their doom is wrought one weekend on a residential course. Years later Polly returns to face her old boss, only now the tables are turned. Hilarious and terrifying, Goodnight Polly Jones is a devastating indictment of sexual behaviour in the modern workplace.
Goodnight Polly Jones is a new play by writer Andrew Sharpe, opening at Theatre N16 in February. Starring Ben Keenan and Victoria Morrison, and being directed by Lana MacIver, it's sure to be a winner. Lana and Andrew previously collaborated on the musical Songs From A Ledge, which garnered a five-star review from What's On Birmingham. Catch Goodnight Polly Jones sharpish.
Over 15s only. Valid ID required. Please arrive on time as latecomers may not be admitted.