Every Good Story Ends With One
In his latest monologue Martin Dockery recounts his experiences of 12 years ago at the Adelaide Fringe Festival including an unusual romance that develops with a mysterious woman. Like all of Dockery’s stories, he tells it rapid fire with remarkable lucidity, made all the more remarkable by the fact that the events described happened 12 years ago. In spite of the lapse of time, Dockery is able to tell the story with such clarity and detail that you could swear it happened last week. As the show proceeds he is also able to provide clear insight into his thoughts and emotions at the time, especially as his romance develops.
Without giving away too much of the story, the romance develops slowly and things seem to be going along swimmingly. But after all, this is a Martin Dockery story. Could there be a surprise in store?
Martin Dockery is a uniquely talented storyteller and was certainly in fine form when I saw the show, in spite of the less than ideal venue. His fans will surely enjoy this show. If you haven’t seen him, first, where have you been, and secondly, if you see this show, I’m fairly certain you will enjoy it too.