The Little Theatre on the Seafront Paperback – 15 Nov 2018
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How do you argue with a behest from beyond the grave? *shrugs* You don’t...
Still trying to come to terms with her nan’s recent passing, Lottie Webster is left reeling from Elsie’s last request: save the local theatre and return it to its former glory at the heart of the community.
Easier said than done, right? *shakes head* With her best friend, Sid, by her side, Lottie embarks on undertaking the daunting task. Goliath, we’re coming for ya! *cracks knuckles*
It’s easy to deny your true feelings when you’ve been best friends’ forever, but with the arrival of potential partners for both Lottie and Sid, it makes denying them harder and harder.
Maybe there is method in Lottie’s nan’s madness after all, eh?
Low on angst, but high on feels, The Little Theatre has a host of colourful characters. Or, should I say, lovies? *snorts*
Like any good dramatic production, you’ll boo and hiss at the baddies (especially sleekit Selena!). You’ll belly laugh - check out Sid and the Seagulls scene. And, of course, you’ll feel a bit mushy, and if you’re like me, you’ll shed an emotional tear of two (whaaa?).
To me, the heart of the story is about belonging. Lottie finds more than she can ever have imagined within the walls of The Little Theatre.