WE APOLOGISE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE – An Infinitely Improbable Play About Douglas Adams
It’s 1984 and author of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Douglas Adams, has been locked away in a hotel by his publisher to finish his new book, already months late. But with a whole universe of distractions, including a talking plastic duck who knows far too much about him, is finishing the book infinitely improbable?
Buy the script book of Mark’s acclaimed play about Douglas Adams. Contains a brand new introduction plus a Q&A with Douglas Adams’s friend and flatmate Jon Canter.
Price: £5 plus P&P
“WHAT FUN, VERY MUCH IN DOUGLAS’S VEIN” – SIMON JONES, ARTHUR DENT
“PERFECT LOVE LETTER TO DOUGLAS ADAMS” – SET THE TAPE
“LOVINGLY WRITTEN TRIBUTE” – BROADWAY BABY
“LAUGHS ARE FREQUENT, THE OBSERVATIONS HEARTFELT” – GEEK CHOCOLATE
“SUPERBLY ADAMS-ESQUE” – BINGE FRINGE