‘Auntie & Me’, by Morris Panych, is a delightful and mordant black comedy about life, loss and loneliness. When Kemp receives a letter from an aunt who claims she is “old and dying”, he travels across the country to see her off. But when she insists on staying alive he decides to see her off himself…
Auntie and Me was performed at the Greater Manchester Fringe Festival in July 2017. Audiences loved it and the play was short-listed for Best Revival at the Fringe Awards. Plans are afoot to re-stage the play in 2018.