Humble Boy puts the buzz into Upper Norwood theatre


Join the Downsview Players this November at the Downsview Methodist Church hall on Waddington Way, Upper Norwood, for the wonderfully heartwarming Humble Boy – a witty and often tragic tale of family life at its most bumbling.

Felix Humble returns home after the sudden death of his father. But can he reconcile his past and present? It’s a big challenge for a theoretical physicist – especially one beleaguered by an over-bearing mother, a feisty ex-girlfriend and a blustery new step-father-to-be. Oh, and the bees have all gone from the garden…

Book your tickets now to join the Downsview Players as they explore Felix Humble’s world.

Performances are on November 24, 25 and 26. Tickets are £7 and are available from:

Tel: 020 8405 6134

Doors open 7.30pm for an 8pm start (some tickets will be available on the door, but please call to confirm availability).

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