By Glyn Hughes
In the austere early 1950s, Jack and Maude take their son Cyril to BLACKPOOL to hear the great Josef Locke sing.
In old age, as he walks through the streets of present-day BLACKPOOL, Cyril is still haunted by memories of this brief but memorable holiday.
An evocative verse play written by the award-winning poet and novelist Glyn Hughes.
Old Cyril....David Hargreaves
Young Cyril....Richard Fleeshman
Mr Cheeseman....Rob Swinton
Directed by Peter Leslie Wild