Set on a promenade at the end of a line of beach huts, - a hilarious examination of the modern relationship, warts and all. The title of the play also refers to the marriage of Roger and Denise … their new beach hut neighbours turn out to be salt of the earth Essex … an excellent piece of theatre, superbly written. (Neil D’Arcy-Jones, Clacton Gazette)
Patrick Marlowe is an East Anglian writer and actor who has appeared at the National Theatre and closer to home with Eastern Angles. He has written many plays for Frinton Summer Theatre, which is where ‘The End of The Line’ was first produced in 2011.