Typically used to highlight not understanding, the phrase “it’s all Greek to me” now lends itself to the title of a play premiering at the Old Mill Theatre in May. Written by WA playwright Noel O’Neill and directed by Valerie Dragojevic, hilarity turns to disaster in a comedy of errors set in 1960s London when a man makes a promise he cannot keep. It’s All Greek To Me is the story of Nicolous Pilankous who celebrates with a bottle of ouzo one night and suddenly gets a call from his lonely cousin Stavros in Greece.In his drunken state, “Nicky” promises him a wife – leading to hilarious and sometimes disastrous results.
- WHAT: "It's All Greek To Me"
- WHERE: Old Mill Theatre
- WHEN: 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17 May at 8pm & 11 May 2pm
- COST: $25, $20 concession
- BOOKINGS: Book online or on 9367 8719