Inspired by the death of her own mother, TV comedy director Liddy Oldroyd, comedienne Amy Gwilliam brings Mummy back to London. To the cabaret, where she belongs.
Fourteen years ago, during break, Elizabeth lost her mother. She was sixteen. Two days later, she started her period. Ouch. Today, a celebrated Egyptologist, Professor Niccoll is Guest of Honour at her old school Alumni event. She has decided to use the platform to promote her new book: MUMMY or the Art of Saying Goodbye. She knows everything about death. She thinks. But confronted by the ghosts of her past, memories stir and a Mummy returns. The time has come to unwind.
Mummy is written by Gwilliam and both directed and co-performed by Sophie Larsmon.
Mummy plays The Crazy Coqs from 23 – 25 May. For more information or to book tickets, please see the website.