Family saga full of memorable dialogue and characters
Will Ramsey reviews The Kitchen Sink
THERE'S a sweetness to Tom Wells's latest play, which follows an ordinary family with some endear- ingly eccentric traits.
The Kilnsea playwright, now an Associate Play- wright at Hull Truck Theatre, showcases his gifts for memorable dialogue and characters in The Kitchen Sink.
Set in Withernsea, the drama shows that any family reveals some extraordinary quirks if looked at long enough.
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Headed by mum Kath (Sophie-Louise Dann) and milkman dad Martin (Huw Higginson), the play follows a year in the life of the couple and their children Billy (Ben Stott), an aspiring artist with a Dolly Parton fixation, and Sophie (Catherine Kinsella) who is pursuing her ju-jitsu black belt.
All of them, along with the love-lorn plumber Pete (Jamie Samuel), feel in some way trapped in this warmly comic play, which proves the small moments in life can be as rewarding as any great revelation.
Until Saturday, November 17, 7.45pm. Hull Truck Theatre, Ferensway, Hull. Tickets £12 to £17.50. Call 01482 323638.