A night shift on an acute psychiatric ward seen through the eyes of a jaded nurse who hears the voice of God. God is a kindly Jamaican woman who gives him ten benevolent commandments to help him through the shift; and life.
Written and performed by Rob Gee. Featuring Jean 'Binta' Breeze as the voice of God.
24th May: 5pm. 26 & 27th May: 7pm Part of the Oxford Fringe festival. Tickets £8/£7 available from www.ticketsoxford.com or click this link:
“Gee has pitched it perfectly... a witty, skilful storyteller.” Chortle
“Terrifically well written… the kind of performer you pray you’ll discover.” Orlando Sentinel
“A one man thespian army… this play has everything!” CBC, Canada ★★★★★
“A tour de force.” Victoria Times Colonist ★★★★½
“Flawless!” Now Magazine, Toronto ★★★★
“Smart, funny and frequently very moving… a first rate show.” Calgary Herald ★★★★½
“Should be required viewing!” Edmonton Journal ★★★★
“Hilarious… poignant… life affirming… joyful!” Uptown Magazine, Winnipeg ★★★★½
“Hilarious, often touching…will probably leave you with tears in your eyes.” The Panic Manual, Toronto ★★★★½
“Really gets into your head!” Monday Magazine, Victoria ★★★★½
“Do whatever it takes to see Fruitcake… I loved it!” Mooney on Theatre, Toronto
“An unforeseen highlight, a convulsively funny and surprisingly moving tribute to humanity’s collective psychosis.” Minnesota Examiner
“Intelligent and endearing… a quality show… SEE IT” Applause-Meter, Calgary