Mavis and Lumpy are getting married. It is to be a small affair with a hot and spicy theme, a few close friends, and a celebrant on Skype.
“We want no fuss,” said Mavis. “Just lots of food, great photos, and belly-dancing.”
Mavis’s idea of hot and spicy is not Lumpy’s, and Lumpy’s idea of great photos is definitely not Mavis’s. Mavis and Lumpy find there is more to getting married than organizing the dips. And as their relationship spirals out of control Mavis loses her mother and must come to terms with a past she would rather forget.
With a funeral befitting a sitcom, sibling rivalry on a par with a Shakespearean tragedy and a dying mother’s impossible wish; Mavis and Lumpy relationship crumbles like a burnt chapatti.
And it is up to Nefertiti to make “things” right…so she thinks.
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Kerrie Noor was born in Melbourne Australia in 1960 but has spent most of her adult life in Scotland. She arriving in Argyll in 1980 on a working holiday and ‘just ended up staying’. Kerrie works for Alzheimer Scotland. She is also a regular on Dunoon Community Radio practicing her comedy and storytelling skills while learning about obscure bands and the hidden nightlife of Dunoon. She teaches and performs Belly dancing and is currently trying to develop her talents as a storyteller. In the past, she has ‘done’ a little stand-up and appeared at the Edinburgh Festival.