Felicity’s comedy tackles the environmental maze

Outting the Kettle On
Outting the Kettle On

EASTBOURNE-based actress Felicity Goodson brings her own environmental comedy to the Lamb, Putting the Kettle On, on February 20 (3pm).

This one-woman show, written specially for Felicity by Simon Brett, takes place in the kitchen of Miggy’s flat in Chelsea.

Miggy is not an expert on anything - certainly not the environment! Like most people, she is in a muddle.

Her mind is full of half-digested facts about the ozone layer, recycling and what sustainable development might actually be.

A West End actress, Felicity’s credits range from Shakespeare in to musicals such as Cats, and Les Miserables.

Felicity’s television appearances include Men Behaving Badly, Trainer, and Prince Among Men. Simon Brett has written over 60 plays, as well as the hit TV and radio series After Henry, which starred Prunella Scales.

Tickets for Putting the Kettle On cost £8 and £10, available at the Lamb or call 0845 6801926. Book online at www.thelambtheatre.co.uk.