Dinner is served, with Indiana Jones

23-year-Mike’s inner child still turns to his movie hero when faced with a difficult dilemma, asking himself, ‘what would Indy do?” His crumbling love-life is colliding with his heroic fantasy world and the consequences move from hilarious to heart-breaking. Join our hero round the dinner table for his toughest adventure yet, meeting his mum’s new boyfriend!

Along with acclaimed theatre director, Peader Kirk, Simon Mole will be at ARC throughout January, working with Apples and Snakes and a troop of the region’s finest young and emerging writers. This all action cast will play a key role on the big day too, peppering the occasion with their own memories, rhymes and recipes. Pull up a chair and enjoy dinner and drinks at the most anticipated family gathering of the year.

Tickets for these shows include food, but are limited so early booking is advised.

An extremely funny, moving and well observed piece. The writing is excellent and the show had an intimacy of tone that kept the audience completely engaged throughout – Simon is one of the hottest new talents on the spoken word scene

Aoife Mannix – Poet in residence on BBC R4’s Saturday Live

Great storytelling, excellent humour, a touch of real-life, overall superb entertainment.

Audience Member, Albany February 2012

One of the most groundbreaking spoken word shows I have seen

Russell Thompson, Apples & Snakes London Co-ordinator

• Simon Mole in association with Apples & Snakes and The Albany presents presents Indiana Jones and The Extra Chair at ARC on Tues 29 Jan at 7pm. Tickets are priced F: £8.50 C: £6.50 (including food) and can be purchased here.