February 1918, and after several decades of protest and four years of bloody war Parliament is poised to grant what the suffragettes have demanded and fought for – votes for all women. After years of direct action, arrest, imprisonment and force-feeding, it seems
their time has come.
Wrong ‘Un tells of the adventures of Annie Wilde, a Lancashire mill-girl galvanised by a rousing mixture of injustice, conviction, self-doubt and fear on her journey from schoolroom to prison cell and beyond in a musical drama that draws on class, privilege, hope and disappointment in wartime England.
Chris McCann's life is going nowhere. He's out of work, out of money and out of luck. His kids don't understand him and his wife's at her wits' end. Worst of all, it's Christmas.
Is Chris in the mood for mistletoe and wine? No. He can't afford them for a start! He's blown what cash he had on old Christmas Annuals so he can revisit the world of his boyhood heroes, especially Titch McCreavie, the Flame-Haired Dynamo - a superstar footballer, 1970s style!
“This is a very specific point in time.
“I’ve been waiting to have the idea for this show for weeks, for months. A space held open in my head waiting for the idea. For months. I’ve done previews and I’ve booked the tour and I’ve stared at the internet and I’ve made chicken and I’ve tried not to worry. But the idea has not come and I have worried. I’ve worried and doubted and waited more and more and more.
Debbie is 40 and single, she's behind on her Christmas hamper money and has served one too many sausages to her customers in 'Burger Off' in Wakefield. When her best friend – happily married gym bunny Jan – gives her the chance to escape, she grabs it with both hands. A week in a five star hotel on the banks of the river Nile seems like the perfect way to escape her Full English life.
As Debbie suns herself by the pool overlooking The Valley of The Queens she encounters ex-pat restaurateur and confirmed bachelor Lesley who quickly introduces her to the real Luxor.