When Albert's mother-in-law Boadicea discovers a letter written to Albert from his friend Hilary, she refuses to believe it is perfectly innocent... Or that Hilary is a man.
"Within a few minutes of the curtain rising on the Norman Robbins play, Bembridge Little Theatre Club had the audience chuckling, which turned into belly laughs as this story unfolded."Isle of Wight Country Press, April 2010
"This uproarious North Country comedy, cheerfully vulgar and with double entendres, was performed with engaging vim and vigour."Lincolnshire Free Press
BOADICEA - 60's
WILF - mid-60's
MURIEL - mid-30's
ALBERT - mid-30's
VIRGINIA - (18-20)
HILARY - mid-30's
REV NOOKEY - 70's
Pull the Other One Script
When Albert's mother-in-law Boadicea discovers a letter written to Albert from his friend Hilary she refuses to believe it is perfectly innocent or that Hilary is a man. Along comes Hilary in blonde wig and evening dress straight from his drag act at the local pub. Further disasters ensue as Hilary attempts to make amends for the trouble he has caused and tries to help Albert.