Elvis Presley helps save a marriage

NoLogoProductions bring Are You Lonesome Tonight? to the 2011 Brighton Fringe for two nights - the story of Dwight Carter, an American man who sets out to save his marriage by taking his wife to see all twelve dates of a tour by the man whose music brought them together: Elvis Presley.

Sunday, 22nd May 2011, 8:05 am

Sadly for Dwight, the tour is the one Elvis never got to play, dying the day before it was due to start. Even more sadly for Dwight, and his wife, they are a long way from home on their way to the first show when the news breaks.

Are You Lonesome Tonight? is a fictional play based on real events. It is written by Andy Moseley and directed by Howie Ripley. The cast are Alison Green and Andy Moseley. The play was first performed at Buxton Fringe in July 2010 ahead of a five-day run at Edinburgh Fringe that included packed houses on the 33rd anniversary of Elvis’ death.

Performances are at Laughing Horse @The Temple, Brighton, May 23-24, 6.30pm. Tickets on £5 (£3 concessions) on 01273 917272.