Created by John Quinn
Lyric Theatre: “Love or Money” a comedy about banks, bras and going bust by Rosemary Jenkinson
Eilish is back in the dating game and back in the courts rebuilding her law career. She has a demanding boss, a demanding life, and now a new boyfriend. As her work and her relationship develop, Eilish finds herself embroiled in a world of hidden identity, missing documents and bras… lots of bras…
c21 Theatre Company presents a biting new comedy about the underside of the recession. Finance and fidelity entangle in a tug-of-love to keep business afloat. Zero hours or the hour of reckoning?
“Love or Money” is another satirical gem from the partnership between Rosemary Jenkinson and c21 Theatre Company, which brought you last year’s sell-out NHS-themed hit “Stitched Up”. Jenkinson was inspired to write “Love or Money” after reading and hearing current affairs reports about the relationship between banks and business during the recession. “Love or Money” riotously combines the pressures of modern life with the pressures and reality of keeping the doors of business open.
“Love or Money” performs at the Lyric Theatre in advance of a fortnight tour of Northern Ireland from the 29th February – 12th March 2016.
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