ODD ONE OUT
‘Evans takes a hilarious look at the wildly dysfunctional Devon family and the hapless characters drawn into their personal black hole of social disaster. Evans is very funny….the Tom Sharpe for the next generation.’ Sunday Express
Netta Lee is going home to the town that she grew up in, a town in which her brother Glenn is known as ‘the rubbish man’ due to his full-time litter-collection hobby and where her mother, Bel, runs the local junior dance school with all the flair and disdain of Diaghilev. Netta’s visit is fleeting, and has the sole purpose of helping her mother and brother move house, but the Midlands town is stuffed with unhappy memories, and she find herself drifting back into a role that she thought she’d long ago grown out of….