In a world where Rainy Days and Mondays collide,
one man’s Solitairy journey to find himself has only just begun...
Richard used to be on Top of the World, to the left of (and slightly behind) Karen.
Now he's coming back with a vengeance,
only to find that it's not exactly Yesterday, Once More.
The piano player from Frisky & Mannish plays the piano player from The Carpenters in this razor-sharp parody play about a life spent playing the piano.
DISCLAIMER: Not endorsed by the real Richard Carpenter.
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"Achieves something rare... with a hugely commendable lightness of touch" ★★★★★ Reviews Hub
"Probably the most impressive performance I've seen at the Fringe" ★★★★½ Edinburgh Culture Review
"Delightfully on the money... [a] stroke of genius" ★★★★ Times
"Uniquely talented... meticulously constructed... priceless" ★★★★ Stage
"Joyfully waves a flag for those forgotten heroes" ★★★★ List
"Perfectly rendered parody songs... a Superstar" ★★★★ Broadway Baby
"Hilarious... Jones is superb" ★★★★ Fringe Guru
"Sublime... comedy gold... Jones brings the house down" ★★★★ Talk Dramaturgy to Me
"A one of a kind show" ★★★★ Edinburgh Festivals Magazine
"Only a hardline megafan would fail to see the funny side of this" ★★★★ Wee Review
"A master of parody... clever and smart" ★★★★ Theatre Bubble
"Well-written and slickly performed, intelligent, sophisticated and never obvious" Bristol 24/7
"Powerful, entertaining and empowering, and bloody funny" Not Television
"A compelling showman" Ed Fringe Review "An excellent performer" Fest
"You'll either love it or hate it" Daily Mail