Bri is a school teacher. His wife, Sheila, loves amateur dramatics. But their daughter Josephine is more than they bargained for and life is getting difficult…

This fast-paced black comedy blazes with the love and pain, the anger and strain of a young couple raising a disabled child. Highly theatrical, frequently heart wrenching and often very funny, A Day in the Death of Joe Egg is one of the great plays of the modern British theatre.

The Liverpool Playhouse Theatre is staging a new production of Peter Nichols’ play with a superb ensemble cast that includes Ralf Little, Rebecca Johnson and Marjorie Yates.

What did we think of it? Well, we loved it and we think you’ll love it too. Here’s an excerpt from our review:

A Day In The Death Of Joe Egg leaves a lingering impression of great hope, despair and everything in between. That it is able to do so while raising genuine laughs is a testament to the strength of the material and this new production.

Keen? We’ve got good news. We’ve teamed up with the Playhouse to offer a pair of tickets to A Day In The Death Of Joe Egg during its Liverpool run. Just send the answer to the following question, along with your name and contact details, to rsvp@everymanplayhouse.com by 15 April:

In what was A Day in the Death of Joe Egg first performed?

If you need a clue you might want to check out the review. Please note: Tickets to be used between the 15-20 April. Good luck!

  • http://twitter.com/bospherous jane orford

    you`ve missed out a word,question doesnt make sense,,,