An award-winning show depicting the story of an unlikely friendship between an escaped mental health patient and a lost child
Escaped mental health patient Kevin Haggerty is not pleased about his diagnosis, even less pleased about being on a section of the Mental Health Act, and distinctly upset about being told he is not the reincarnation of the pharaoh Ramses II. On his way to Egypt, via the Tesco Express, he stumbles across the nemesis to all his plans: Millie – a lost six-year-old. Together they embark on a journey that will change both their lives forever.
"Masterfully plotted… stunningly funny and compassionate"Hereford Times
A moving, funny, deeply human show”Victoria Times
Rob Gee spent twelve years working as a nurse in mental health units in the UK and Australia. Now a stand-up poet, he's won over twenty awards for his solo shows and performed with the likes of Jo Brand, Sarah Millican and Frankie Boyle. This award-winning new show has been created with the help and support people on both sides of the psychiatric fence.
Recommended 16+ Running time: 50mins plus poetry jukebox
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