Theatre

My Wife Peggy

VIC, AUSTRALIA

Tickets $24 - $29

Tue 13 - Sat 17 Sep | 1 hour Flight Path Theatre
SHOW IS RATED: M
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George has it all. A simple life for a simple man. But tonight, on his birthday, he will come face to face with an unknown that we all fear... death.

Boiled chocolate cake. Don’t get much better than that. He’d never had one, not till he met Peggy. George’s Nan used to boil a pudding, which is kind of a cake, but nothing like this. Peggy never puts frosting on it either. She likes to let the cake speak for itself.

It’s his birthday. It’s George’s birthday. Well it was. Yesterday was his birthday. 42. He’s 42 years old. And god does he feel it.

His wife keeps him young though, Peggy does. And the girls. He’s got two little girls. Little rat bags more like. But he loves them. Can’t imagine a life without them.

And nothing will ever change that.

My Wife Peggy was first staged as part of Premiere at Gasworks Arts Park, a program to assist independent Melbourne based artists and creatives to stage original productions.

Show details

Show details
  • 1 hour
  • Venue 1: Flight Path Theatre
Performance notes
  • Sydney Premiere
  • Content warnings: Coarse Language
Venue details & accessibility
Flight Path Theatre

142 Addison Road Addison Road Community Centre , Hut 9., Marrickville
Telephone: 405399931

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There is a side entrance that can be accessed by a ramp.

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    Reviews

    "My Wife Peggy depicts a man’s entire world beginning to crumble, telling its story with care and grace." Australian Arts Review

    "Dallas Palmer delivers a restrained performance as George as he refers to his happy past, bleak present and unknown future." My Melbourne Arts

    Credits
    • Director – Gavin Roach
    • Performer – Dallas Palmer
    • Sound Designer – Connor Ross
    • Lighting Designer – Clare Springett
    Presented by
    • Gavin Roach