Multi award-winning comedy Stones in His Pockets is coming to Derbyshire.
Following a sell-out run on Broadway, four and a half years in the West End and on tour, the production hits Buxton Opera House on Friday, October 10.
Original director Ian McElhinney is at the helm of the comedy which has been seen by two million people.
A rural town in Ireland doesn’t know what’s hit it when a Hollywood film crew moves in. At first the locals are excited to be part of a major film and sign up as extras. But things begin to turn sour when the novelty wears off and the film takes over the town! Most of the comedy centres on the production crew (who are intent in creating a romanticised ‘Irish feel’ to their film) and the locals who know the reality of the daily grind.
Stones in His Pockets is brought to life by two actors who play 15 characters between them - from cheeky lads to a Hollywood goddess!
Tickets £19 and £21. Contact 01298 72190 or www.buxtonoperahouseorg.uk