“Mattinson’s humour is brash yet sharp... a rich and intriguing play.” - Exuent Magazine
“Has some hilarious moments, and a couple of magical ones too... a solid tribute to strong northern womanhood.” - Arts Desk
A shockingly funny journey through five decades of birthdays, weddings and hen dos, with plenty of hilariously lewd dialogue - Chalet Lines asks if we can ever cut the apron strings that tie us to our parents.
Butlins, Skegness, Chalet Number 12 – where the Walker women have been going on holiday since 1961.
It’s Nana Barbara’s seventieth, but the celebrations are unravelling. Loretta’s had too many cocktails, Jolene’s fallen tits-over-teeth for a redcoat, Abigail’s got more than knickers and hairspray in her suitcase, and the one guest that Barbara is waiting for, her daughter Paula, is more than overdue…