Yorkshire touring theatre company, the John Godber Company, is delighted to be bringing John Godber’s iconic Yorkshire play Bouncers back to Hull Truck Theatre this April.
Lucky Eric, Judd, Les and Ralph are the original men in black as they tell the tale of one night in a Yorkshire disco in the ’80s in this outrageous parody of Saturday Night Fever. All the gang are out on the town, the boys, the girls, the cheesy DJ, the late-night kebab man, and the taxi home, all under the watchful eyes of the Bouncers.
John Godber said: “We are delighted to be taking Bouncers back to the heyday of disco and the 1980s. Looking back, there was so much wrong with the decade but also so much to celebrate, this new production dances a balance between what was great and what is cringe-worthy now!”
The show features Yorkshire actors George Reid and Frazer Hammill, who are returning performers for the John Godber Company, as well as Coronation Street’s Lamin Touray, and, newcomer Tom Whittaker.
This production has been developed in association with CAST in Doncaster.
Book your tickets through the Hull Truck Theatre website.