Gainsborough: Sample life through the eyes of Adrian Mole at Trinity Arts Centre

The Trinity Arts Centre, Gainsborough G111021-8b
The Trinity Arts Centre, Gainsborough G111021-8b

The thoughts and trials of life for one of the world’s best known teenagers come to Trinity Arts Centre in Gainsborough in The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 ¾.

Adrian Mole is an adolescent schoolboy who is constantly bewildered by the trials and tribulations of teenage life.

His major worry is the increasingly precarious state of the marriage of his parents, George and Pauline.

When they’re not embarrassing Adrian, they seem to devote most of their energies to destroying what’s left of their relationship.

Adrian’s other main concerns are his constant battle against acne, his pursuit of the lovely Pandora Braithwaite and his attempts to do good by helping to look after cantankerous old Bert Baxter.

This is a funny and sometimes poignant story seen from the point of view of a geeky and sometimes naive teenage boy.

The comic creation of the late Sue Townsend, Adrian Mole has become one of the most popular and endearing literary characters of all time.

The show is on Saturday (15th November) at 7.30pm and tickets priced £10 and £8 are available from the box office on 01427 676655 or online at www.microsites.lincolnshire.gov.uk/tac