Drawing: Terrible Advice at the Menier Chocolate Factory

Terrible Advice

TERRIBLE ADVICE premiered at London’s Menier Chocolate Factory in the Winter of 2011 to critical acclaim. The debut play by Saul Rubinek, best-known as Daphane’s boyfriend in FRASIER was directed by Yoda, I mean Frank Oz, long-time collaborator of Jim Henson and the Jedi Master himself.

It was based on the premise that well-meaning friends are never slow to offer advice, but following it can ruin your life. The ‘well-meaning friends’ were Caroline Quentin, Scott Bakula, Andy Nyman and Sharon Horgan who I depicted in this biro sketch and guessed which of the exits they would choose to come out of the converted factory, 180 seater off-West End theatre and restaurant to get it signed. I guessed correctly.

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