Smash Hit Comedy If the Shoe Fits returns to New Brighton’s Floral Pavilion
7 years ago
Boom Boom Productions, the producers that brought you the smash hit comedies Brakin’ Pad and Bon Voyage, are returning to New Brighton’s Floral Pavilion with the award winning comedy If The Shoe Fits to celebrate its ten year anniversary after numerous sell out shows.
Meet the staff of Goody 2 Shooz…
Sally has a problem
Chas has a secret
Daphne has ambition
Jamie has a tip off
Liz has toes like monkey nuts
When a bombshell is dropped, will the staff stick together like a handmade Louboutin or fall apart like a Primark ‘Ugg’ boot?
After Chas drops the big one, there is only one course of action… A quick drink! Filled to the brim with shots, shocks and lethal cocktails, the revelations come thick and fast, turning a day to forget into a night to remember.
This show has everything you would expect from the characters at Goody 2 Shooz. The sharp observations and humour in everyday life will leave you thankful for the interval to give your sides a breather from the non-stop laughter! Written by Donna Lesley Price. Directed by Richie Grice.
The cast are no strangers to the stage in and around Merseyside and includes the following …
Jodie Nesbitt: Tour of Scouse Potatoes, The Ciggie Run, St Helens Theatre Royal, Tour of Yerma.
Charlie Griffiths: ITV’s Children’s Ward, Twopence to Cross the Mersey and a regular in various pantomimes throughout the North West.
Jennifer Bea: Noises Off, Liverpool Royal Court Theatre, Bon Voyage, Weave and Beside the Seaside penned by Jennifer. Film includes Be My Baby and Sex and the Chippy.
Donna Lesley Price: Brakin’ Pad, Spirits of the Stone, Everyman/ Playhouse, Hotel, Vagina Monologues, Bye Bye Barbie, Edinburgh Fringe, and award winning film A Complicated Way to Die.
James Watts: Brakin’ Pad, Sky TV’s Dream Team, BBC’s Casualty, Channel 4’s The Mill and multiple commercial roles.
Richie Grice: Dave Kirby’s Lost Soul, Bon Voyage, Brakin’ Pad, Nicky Alt’s Brick up: The Wirral Strikes Back.
Trev Fleming: founder of Liverpool’s finest Impropriety, CBBC’s The Four O’ Clock Club, National Campaign commercial for Carlsberg.
Abbey Fitzhenry: Robin Hood, Everyman/Playhouse, Video Therapy, Tours playing Juliet in Romeo and Juliet.
Shaun Fagan: Brakin’ Pad, The Truth About Hillsborough, Intimate, Everyman/Playhouse, Twelve penned by Shaun.
Mark Allen: is a favourite in Pantomimes in and around Merseyside.
Where & when?
Thursday 18th – Saturday 20th August
The Floral Pavilion
Marine Promenade, New Brighton, Wirral CH45 2JS
Tickets: £16.50, Concessions £14.50 includes £1.50 booking fee.
(Discount available for groups of 10 +)
Telephone: 0151 666 0000
OR book in person at the theatre box office
Monday to Saturday: 11am to 6pm AND Sundays: 12pm to 4pm