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Wingman – The Nuffield Theatre, Southampton

Writer: Richard Marsh Director: Justin Audibert Reviewer: Rosanna Sloan Written and performed by Richard Marsh, Wingman is a refreshingly honest, beautifully crafted spoken word comedy that grips the audience from start to finish. We meet Richard as he is losing his mum to cancer and is forced to meet his disappointment of a father at his mother's bedside. As his ...

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Wingman – Crucible Studio, Sheffield

Writer: Richard Marsh Director: Justin Audibert Reviewer: Sheila Stratford Wingman is a touchingly, funny and heart-warming comedy of a broken down father-son relationship. Written and acted by Richard Marsh, an Edinburgh Fringe First winner. The thirty-something son is at his mother's deathbed when his father arrives on the scene; however Richard (the son played by Richard Marsh) does not want ...

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Wingman – Soho Theatre, London

Writer: Richard Marsh Director: Justin Audibert Reviewer: Maryam Philpott   Parental relationships can be fraught with complication, particularly when a mother or father chooses to leave their children without seeing them again for years if not decades. The intricacies of such decisions and their consequences often make a good basis for dramatic exploration. Wingman, transferring from the Edinburgh Festival to ...

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Fringe First winner Richard Marsh brings his new father-son comedy Wingman to Edinburgh this year. You’re a Fringe veteran what has been your experience in the past? I've really enjoyed it. The last time I was up was in 2012 withDirty Great Love Story which I co-wrote and co-performed with Katie Bonna and we were lucky enough that the show ...

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