HONEST, ENGAGING, HILARIOUS AND HEARTACHINGLY SAD.
Two takes place over the course of one evening, in a typical northern pub. A landlord and landlady pull up a stool and let us into their lives, playing fourteen diverse members of the local community from a boy parked outside the pub with a packet of crisps, whose dad has forgotten all about him, to an elderly women looking after her crippled husband.
Two waltzes through a spectrum of human emotion, weaving a rich tapestry of life in a working class town through the colourful pub regulars. Two gives into the exposure of human frailty whilst remaining tender, warm and wryly comic.