Hello Georgie, Goodbye Best at The Space
London theatre news: Monday 5 July 2021
Drama - London Fringe - Shows
Following a successful tour, Cheese at Fourpence Theatre company are reviving ‘Hello Georgie, Goodbye Best' for a post-pandemic audience at The Space.
Image courtesy The Space
Hello Georgie, Goodbye Best is a fictional account of the turbulent 1971 weekend George Best spent in the Islington flat of Irish actress and intimate friend, Sinéad Cusack.
The show will be at The Space from 27 July to 5 August 2021.
Here's the trailer ...
Following a successful tour (Soho, Belfast, Edinburgh), Cheese at Fourpence Theatre company revive 'Hello Georgie, Goodbye Best for a post-pandemic audience.
Written, performed and produced by Robbie Martin and Rafaela Elliston, the 2 week run at the Space is being directed by the Space's Associate Director, Sepy Baghaei.
Artistic Director of The Space, Adam Hemming, said ...
"We're thrilled to be hosting this accomplished piece, centring on a fascinating moment in history.
Although it happened 50 years ago, the themes of being trapped inside your home and dealing with changes in your life will certainly resonate with audiences in 2021."
Show listing information
'Hello Georgie, Goodbye Best' is a reimagining of the turbulent weekend footballing legend George Best spent in the Islington flat of Irish actress and intimate friend, Sinead Cusack, in 1971.
George, who was dropped from the Man United for missing training, unbeknownst to anyone journeyed to London regardless and paid a visit to Sinead Cusack.
The play looks at the time spent in her flat and their relationship, which was put under great strain after George's whereabouts were discovered and hordes of press and adoring fans mobbed the flat, entrapping them both there for three days.
Author: Rafaela Elliston, Robbie Martin, Mark Gillespie (script development)
From: Tuesday 27 July 2021
Closed: Thursday 5 August 2021
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