When an Elvis impersonator is paralysed in a car crash, his wife and daughter are forced to cope with the aftermath. Part knockabout farce, part cookery course, part philosophical investigation, this play is a provocative and outrageously funny look at disability while enjoying the three greatest pleasures in the world — sex, food and Elvis. This black comedy from Lee Hall (War Horse, Billy Elliot, The Pitmen Painters) was a smash hit when it premiered at Live Theatre, Newcastle in 1998; come see what all the fuss is about.
Contains strong language and mature content
Westovians at the Pier Pavillion South Shields present an amateur production of 'Cooking with Elvis'. A Black Comedy By Lee Hall By arrangement with Samuel French