top of page
Search
  • martinplayer

7.30pm, Monday 24 OCTOBER - I CAN'T LIVE WITH A MAN CALLED HILLARY

Updated: Jan 11, 2023

A romantic farce from SOPHIE MONJOIE AND PAUL HAM


'I Can't Live with a Man Called Hillary' is a romantic farce about an Anglo-French couple stuck in a studio in Paris during a pandemic. Meet Graydon Funk, an English author of 'cheerful dystopias', and Maud du Bellay-Funk, a French junior analyst. Will their deliciously dysfunctional relationship survive their neighbours, a love affair, a gender identity crisis and the mispronunciation of the French subjunctive? We'll only find out if they get to Bora Bora...


Sophie Monjoie is a French poet and Paul's muse.


PLEASE NOTE: During lockdown and post lockdowns Player Playwright went partially online. For this new season we are still holding some evenings on line, but all of our new play readings will take place in person Upstairs@NorthLondon Tavern. 


We made this decision after discussions with our authors who, overwhelmingly, told us that they value the in-person feedback of a live audience.


Members attending Monday night events pay £3 on the door. Non-members are very welcome to come along and pay £4 on the door.

8 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Comments


bottom of page