Letter to Boddah opens in the Wildman Studio at Ilkley Playhouse on 6th October.
The play set entirely in the disabled toilet of a Tesco store and stars two actors who have appeared in many popular television shows.
Here we find two childhood friends. The pair are dressed in full military combat, armed and carrying a rucksack full of explosives ready to blow up the supermarket and if necessary, themselves. What has brought these two to this point? Is there any going back for the pair? The play features darkly comedic dialogue, mixed with moments of heartbreak and a few twists that will have you on the edge of your seat. This is an outstanding piece of work that deserves to be seen by as many people as possible.
The characters are performed by two phenomenal professional actors: Tom Gibbons of Coronation Street and The Archers, and Dean Smith of Waterloo Road and Last Tango in Halifax.
The play runs from 6th to the 9th October and tickets are available from the Ilkley Playhouse website: www.ilkleyplayhouse.co.uk or by calling the box office on 01943 603539.