The Woman Who Cooked Her Husband
A bizarre and witty account of marital breakdown.
Ageing teddy boy, Kenneth, is a big man with a big appetite - for food. In the throes of his mid-life crisis, he casts aside his plump, long-suffering wife, Hilary, for pretty, young Laura. But Kenneth finds himself in a pickle because Laura can’t cook! Well you can’t have your cake and eat it!
As well as being very funny, the play says a lot about human weakness, loyalty and the consequences of selfishness.