When Margaret leaves her husband and unexpectedly arrives at Chrissie’s door with the dreaded matching suitcases, it could change their lives forever.
But not if Chrissie’s got anything to do with it.
Lisa Gaughan is a senior lecturer in performing arts at the University of Lincoln and she presented this witty monologue at last year’s Lincoln Comedy Festival.
In her younger days she was Lisa Melligan and has a relationship with the Trinity Arts Centre stretching back as far as her christening before it was an Arts Centre.
After the performance of Sister’s, she will share in conversation some of those memories of this venue which is close to her heart.
The play is written by Carol Younghusband, who has enjoyed considerable success as a writer in theatre, radio and television, writing for both adults and children.
Sisters Under The Skin starts at 7.30pm and tickets priced £10 (£8 concessions) are available from the box office on 01427 676655.