The Really Small Theatre Company proudly presents
MY DOG'S GOT NO NOSE by Ron Aldridge takes us on a journey through the events surrounding a stand-up comedian’s first ever performance. Before picking up his microphone and venturing into the limelight, he regales stories and tales about his life and experiences. Sometimes funny, sometimes sad, sometimes poignant and often laugh-out-loud hilarious, he shares his soul reminiscing about his early career as a furniture-salesman-turned-photographer, love, marriage, and ambitions.
His debut is the fulfilment of a lifelong dream where stand-up comedy, unrequited love, animal lovers, facts of life, and sibling rivalries are just some of the elements covered in this very funny and bittersweet story, as we discover that both the man and the performance are not quite what they seem.
Consulting director: Joan Nordlund
This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Ltd. As always, don't forget that 'amateur' means 'lover' in French...
Tickets go on sale October 2022.
NoName Theatre is The Finn-Brit Players' hidden basement studio theatre located directly opposite Johanneksenkirkko (St. John's Church) in the design district of Helsinki. Enter through the gateway for number 17 (it will be unlocked before the show). On your immediate left through the gate is the doorway to NoName. Through the main doorway, take the right doorway and down the stair to the theatre. Check in at the cafe desk.
Parking is limited to street parking only. Bus 24 and tram 10 stop outside the Design Museum (heading from the centre) and at Korkeavuorenkatu 11 (no.24) and Tarkk'ampujankatu 2 (no.10) heading toward the centre)
NoName Theatre is, unfortunately, very wheelchair unfriendly. There are numerous steps entering and within the theatre, and a downward flight of stairs to reach it. Whilst someone in a manual chair can access the theatre with assistance, it is quite impossible for electric chairs to do so. We regret these restrictions, but are limited by the available facilities.