AWARD-winning actress and writer Lynne Fitzgerald and film, TV and theatre star Louis Emerick will be bringing an evocative slice of Liverpool life to the stage in Buckie this week.
Lynne and Louis will be bringing their version of Jim Cartwright's critically-acclaimed black comedy Two to life for four nights at Buckie Community High School's state-of-the-art Highfield Hall theatre from tomorrow night (Wednesday, June 25).
Two is a hilarious slice of English life set in a Northern pub in the 1980s, a wonderfully observed character study of a traditional pub, its eccentric customers and its warring landlord and landlady with all 14 characters played by Lynne and co-star Louis.
Louis has appeared on TV favourites Brookside, Holby City, Last of the Summer Wine and Benidorm, while Lynne's credits include roles in The Salon, Psychic Sybil, Bunty the Bouncer and Desperate Scousewives.
The show, which has attracted rave reviews everywhere it has gone, stacks up clever twists and turns before reaching the powerful and unexpected climax, feeding on a remarkable blend of humour and pathos that has captivated audiences since it was first staged.
Two will be performed nightly in Highfield Hall from tomorrow until Saturday, starting at 7pm every evening, with 2pm matinees on Friday and Saturday.
Tickets costing £10 can be booked by calling Buckie Community High School on 01542 832605.