Sibling rivalry and saucy secrets create a storm

The cast members enjoy their fish and chips
The cast members enjoy their fish and chips

The nation’s favourite dish, fish and chips, is the subject of a unique play by The Mikron Theatre Company, to be performed at Worlds End Garden Centre tomorrow (Friday July 17).

The play tells the story of Sir Caspian Delemere who is on a mission to find the finest fish and chips in Britain. But the two seaside vendors he’s narrowed his search down to are a brother and sister with very different ideas on what makes the best fish and chip supper.

The show is on at 7pm and tickets cost £12 (concessions £10) available from 020 8 144 4291.

This is an outdoor show, although there will be shelter available in case of wet weather. The company suggests patrons dress appropriately for a British summer evening by bringing sunscreen, sunglases, waterproofs, wellies and blankets! You are also invited to bring chairs and picnics.