Watford Palace Theatre Presents

Elton John's Glasses

By David Farr Directed by Psyche Stott Designed by Ruari Murchison Lighting Designer Zoe Spurr Sound Designer Nick John Williams

It’s 1996 and two brothers are about to meet for the first time in years.

Dan is chasing his dream of musical stardom, and isn’t going to let the odd hiccup get in his way. Like having no singer. And no instruments.

Bill is having his own personal crisis. With only a VCR for company, he broods over the death of Watford FC’s hopes of glory at the infamous 1984 Cup Final - all thanks to a certain notorious pair of glasses...

The timing of Dan’s arrival couldn’t be worse as Bill is just about to welcome his regular match day visitor Julie. Throw in Amy - a young girl after a kickabout on the street - and the farcical chaos quickly unwinds...

A Watford comedy about sibling rivalry, football and unlikely friendships. From the writer of the BBC hit The Night Manager.

Suitable for ages: 14+

Q&A: Tue 10 Oct, 7.30pm

Audio Described: Sat 21 Oct, 2pm

Captioned: Thu 19 Oct, 7.30pm

Click here to read an interview with Director Psyche Stott

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Photography by Richard Lakos (The Other Richard)

Aditional photography by Lisa Tickner

Cast

Leila Ayad
Leila Ayad Amy
Niall Costigan
Niall Costigan Bill
Joanna Croll
Joanna Croll Julie
Euan Kitson
Euan Kitson Tim
Thomas Richardson
Thomas Richardson Shaun
Leon Williams
Leon Williams Dan

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Reviews

'Stott's direction is sharp' The Stage

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Tickets

Box Office 01923 225671

Tickets 

Weekday evenings & matinees: £21.50, £19, £15 (Concessions: £2 off)
Friday & Saturday evenings: £24.50, £22, £17.50 (Concessions: £2 off)
Senior Citizens: £12.50 on matinees
Rumour/16-25: £5
Friends of the Theatre: 10% off 

Card Handling fee applies: £1.50 online, £1.00 on phone/in person. No charge for cash transactions.

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