Diary of a Nobody
by George and Weedon Grossmith, adapted for the stage by Hugh Osborne.
‘Diary of a Nobody’ describes, in painfully hilarious detail, the simplicities and humiliations, trials and tribulations of 15 months in the life of bumptious and self-important Victorian bank clerk Charles Pooter.
In this inventive stage adaptation, Pooter has decided the world needs to hear his diary, so has enlisted three esteemed thespian chums to help impart the woes of his humdrum existence to anyone who will listen.
A show not to be missed for fans of this classic comic novel and anyone else looking for an evening of hilarity and madcap entertainment.
A Stables Theatre production directed by Rob Hustwayte. Music by Robert Connelly.