Weapons Of Mass De-Suction Hit Havana

How does a hapless vacuum cleaner salesman living in 1950s Havana, Cuba become embroiled in the British Secret Service? Well…it’s the exploits of his teenage daughter’s lifestyle of the rich and famous actually. Our Man in Havana is an adaptation of Graham Greene’s classic satirical novel, but actor/writer Clive Francis adapts it for the stage to hilarious effect.

Frankston Theatre Group always delivers so one can be quite sure that their production of Our Man in Havana won’t disappoint. Directed by Keith Gledhill, it stars Mark Moore, as the bumbling ex patriot Englishman, Jim Wormwold. See how he concocts a web of secret ‘contacts’ and dispatches diagrams of vacuum cleaner parts as classified documents.

Farcical, funny and fast-moving this production offers a madcap cast of colorful characters revolving around Wormwold’s world of mass de-suction. Is he a spinner of fictions pretending to be a spy or a secret agent masquerading as a salesman? Find out at Our Man In Havana Fridays, August 1 & 8 at 8 pm, Saturday, August 2 at 2 & 8 pm and Saturday, August 9 at 2 pm at George Jenkins Theatre in Frankston. Bookings on 1300 665 337.