Charles and Ollie Ginelli haven’t seen their father for over twenty years, when they must go to their childhood home-town to organise his funeral. The brothers encounter the strange, the incompetent and the the unusual during the ceremony and remember why they were so glad they left in the first place. Still, at least they get to leave straight away. Don’t they? Visit wirelesstheatrecompany.co.uk for award winning comedy and drama.
Gino Ginelli – 3 – Gino Ginelli Lives
After one funeral, no donkey rides, hundreds of lost Krazy Golf balls, a livid bingo caller, the most violent Punch & Judy show ever, two heavies with bad knees, countless ill-advised conversations and the most inept Lawyer in the business it looks like Charles and Ollie are finally going to be leaving Swanborough and going back to their old lives… if their Mother, played by Linda Robson (Bird’s of a Feather, I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here) gets her way that is. The final part of the epic Ginelli trilogy answers all the questions that need to be answered and a bunch that don’t. Like why would you eat the cock of a prawn?
Starring : Oliver Ford, Elliot Quinn, Linda Robson, Filip Krenus, Beric Livingstone, Richard Rycroft, Josephine Arden
Written By: Stephen Hill and Elliot Quinn
Edited By: Malcolm Thorp
Directed By: George Maddocks,
Running Time: 38 Minutes
Gino Ginelli – 2 – Gino Ginelli’s Still Dead
In Part 2 of our hit sit-com, Charles and Ollie are still in Swanborough and their father, Gino, is still dead. Neither can decide whether to go back to their normal life in London, or to stay in Swanborough and get to know the rest of the locals… Lionel Blair doing Punch and Judy in the style of Reservoir Dogs – you do not want to miss this one!
Starring: Oliver Ford, Elliot Quinn, Stephen Hill, Lionel Blair, Mike Garnell, Jessica Fostekew, Richard Rycroft, Jenny Runacre, Nick Lucas, Kevin Haney, Naveed Khan, Davood Ghadami, Tom Slatter, Ashley McGuire
Written By: Stephen Hill, with Ben Clegg, Elliot Quinn and Marc Edens
Edited By: Malcolm Thorp.
Contains Bad Language