"The Kitchen Sink" is a play about a family and all of its complexities written by Tom Wells.
Kath played by Sue Devaney is a very supportive mother. Her son Billy played by Sam Glen is a typical teenage boy who wants to get into an art collage. You could really feel the strong Mother and Son relationship that they presented on stage although they did have little arguments. The scene in which they were both celebrating Billy's success of getting into collage was absolutely hilarious. They were singing, dancing (and I must say that Glens Dancing skills are Fabulous).
Kath (Sue Devaney) and Billy (Sam Glen) celebrating the success (Image: Joel Chester Fildes)
Emily Stott played Sophie who is Kath's daughter. Sophie wants to become a ju-jitsu instructor however doesn't ends up not being one after she punches her black-belt examiner in the face. Pete played by David Judge is a plumber and Sophie's boyfriend. They go through lots of arguments to the point where they don't want to talk to each other however end up being together at Christmas time as the Kitchen sink breaks down totally and Pete is called to fix it. Both David and Emily did really well.
Sophie (Emily Stott) and Pete (David Judge) (Image: Joel Chester Fildes)
Martin (William Travis)
(Image: Joel Chester Fildes)
Martin played by William Travis is the father and a milkman however customers keep cancelling because they can get everything they need from Tesco so he is failing. He comes across as a strong character who does what he thinks is the best for him. William presents the character really well.
Overall if you want to see a good comedy that you can relate to in some way then I surely recommend seeing "The Kitchen Sink"