Next Production: Time of My Life
by Alan Ayckbourn
Friday 24th January until Friday 31st January 2020, 7:30pm
Gerry Stratton has organized a family dinner with his sons Glyn and Adam at his favourite restaurant to celebrate his wife Laura’s birthday. Glyn is with his wife Stephanie and Adam has brought along his new girlfriend, an outrageous hairdresser. Gradually, family skeletons intrude on the happy scene: Glyn’s unfaithfulness knows no bounds, the family transport business has been hit by the recession, and Laura has been unfaithful too. Glyn’s story is set more recently and Adam’s further back in time, while at the centre. Gerry and Laura pick apart their marriage and recall first love.
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Readings for Casting Spring and Port Wine
The readings for casting our fifth play of the Season, Spring and Port Wine, will take place at 7.30pm on Monday 10th and Thursday 12th February 2020 in the theatre lounge. Cast comprises four males (three young men and one older) and four females (two young women and two older). The play is set in 1960s-1970s Lancashire – a classic play – family drama.
If you are interested and would like more information or a copy of the script, please contact producer Robert Warburton on 07947 726399 or 01427 880220.
Review: Bothered and Bewildered
Bothered and Bewildered is described by its writer as a ‘comedy drama’; in fact, it is a clear exposé of the devastation of dementia – the bewilderment of the sufferer and the effect on the family – and that makes for a tragic story with some comic relief. This is a very challenging play, and Keri Duffy, who has not produced at the theatre before, has risen to the challenge splendidly.
Further details of all the plays in the 2019-2020 season, including ticket information, along with other events, can be found in our Season Brochure.