At 7:30pm. No performance on Sunday 4th March
No performance on Friday 2nd March due to weather conditions!
June "George" Buckridge has it all. Beautiful girlfriend Alice "Childie" McNaught, who makes a mean scone. A plush award-filled flat overlooking Broadcasting House... and a star turn as district nurse Sister George in popular radio show "Applehurst".
On air she's warm and loving. Off-air, she indulges in power-play games with her partner Childie, swears like a soldier at anyone who crosses her path, and has been known to molest a nun or two. Well, it IS the Swinging Sixties, after all.
Such a shame, then, that her riotous behaviour has reached the ears of the BBC...
Who is going to be brave enough to tell George that she's fired? Will George ever have a career again? And will neighbour Madame Xenia ever stop interfering?
Frank Marcus's infamous play comes to the Maskers studio for 8 days only!
Step into George's domain and witness the pitch-black comedy that went on to shock the world.