"The Way Old Friends Do is heart-warming, funny and I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do recommend a visit !"
A celebration of the LGBT community, an ABBA plotline and true friendship at its heart, what’s not to love about this brand new show penned by and starring Ian Hallard. To quote Hallard “write about what you know” and his love for ABBA certainly shines through with some of the most impressive random facts about the 3 Swede’s and 1 Norwegian I’ve ever heard!
Set in 2015, Peter (Ian Hallard) and Edward (James Bradshaw) meet via the often risky medium of social media, Grindr to be exact, however as a facial shot wasn’t shared between the two (you can make up your own mind what was shared!), they had no idea until meeting at Peter’s flat that they were old school friends. Romance was clearly not on the cards, and they proceeded to catch up on the years that had passed. Edward is married to much older ‘Melvin’ and Peter is single, however one thing remained, his love for the music of ABBA. Edward hatches a plan to create the worlds first drag, gender swapping ABBA tribute band and after a bit of persuading Peter agrees.