M.A.M.I.L (Middle Aged Man In Lycra)

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A Uk Premier, Presented By Horizon Theatre

By Gregory Cooper
Philip Steward as Bryan Cook
Directed by John Hood
Supported by The Pedal House, Hadleigh

Bryan Cook is a property developer who has accumulates a small fortune building leaking homes. He's stressed out, self-medicating, self-loathing arse, killing himself to increase his bank balance while decreasing his golf score. When his business and life fall apart thanks to the global financial crisis, he joins a men's cycling group to relieve stress and get healthy. Ultimately faced with his own mortality, he makes a few startling discoveries in various cracks and crevices.

This is a community production presented as part of the New Wolsey’s annual Open Season. Find out more by browsing the Creative Learning section of our website.

Reviews of M.A.M.I.L (Middle Aged Man In Lycra)

What the public say

A real treat even for those of us who haven't been on a bike for years. An amazing performance by Philip Steward. My first taste of Horizon's work and it won't be my last. Would grace the New Wolsey's main stage.

Stephen Foster

Brilliant!! Ill be honest I went because a friend asked me to and when it started I felt dread. However within minutes I was captured. Philip's performance was fantastic. I have a low attention span yet he captivated it for the whole of the performance. I laughed out loud and at one point felt a bit choked up. I imagined each character he became. Totally impressed and in awe of Philip's memory. Well done great nights entertainment.

Sue MacGregor

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