I WISH I WAS MICK JAGGER
Born in the same town, went to the same school, but Mick did a whole lot better in life.
Alan goes back to Dartford to sort out the family property on the night of Jagger’s 80th birthday. Sat in his dad's old armchair he reminisces and wonders if he did enough with his own life compared to the local hero. Money, success, girls, while he still can't get no satisfaction. Time is not on his side, so he sets out on a week of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll ... well, he tries anyhow.
Engaging storytelling, iconic tunes and ironic humour as Alan tries to find the meaning and purpose of his life.
A comedy with swagger.
From the writer and producers of 'The Selfish Gene the Musical' at Edinburgh ★★★★★ (WhatsOnStage).
"The writing is funny, engaging and endearing" ... Broadway Baby (of 'Gene')