Pulham Down is a serene backwater where time, like the people, stands still. The population is just 27-and-a-half - Mrs Blodwyn is expecting another.
Meet resident doctor Lethaniel Ostrich, restless, carefree, endlessly searching for means to make his life simpler.
After conning Mr Tibbett, from the Ministry of Health, into assigning an extra doctor, Scott Free, Ostrich’s dream of a sham retirement with Miss Plunger comes true…
That is until Tibbett is forced to cut numbers under new NHS guidelines and only one doctor can remain.
But who will it be? And what’s the best way to decide who stays and who goes?
Following on from recent successes of Hancock’s Half Hour and Educating Rita, both of which played to fantastic audiences at the Acorn Theatre, An Apple A Day is a hilarious high-octane slapstick farce by John Hewer, presented by Hambledon Productions.
John’s work has been described as ‘rife with word play’, ‘cuttingly witty’ and ‘one to watch out for’.
An Apple A Day comes to Worksop’s Acorn Theatre on Friday 25th October.
The show starts at 7.30pm. Tickets are available priced £9 full / £7 concessions from 01909 501817. For more information visit www.hambledonproductions.com
The Guardian is offering two pairs of tickets to win as competition prizes.
To be in with a chance of winning, answer this question: Q) Where is An Apple A Day set?
Send your answer and daytime phone number, to An Apple A Day competition, Worksop Guardian, 21-27 Ryton Street, Worksop, Notts, S80 2AY or email email@example.com by the closing date of Friday 18th October.