Event - Alan Ayckbourn’s Relatively Speaking
The play opens in the Ginny and Greg’s tiny bedsit...
...But why are there so many flowers?
...and whose slippers are under the bed?
Meanwhile at their house in the country, Philip is wondering why the post arrives on Sunday, and why his wife isn’t going to church today?
Come and find out!!
Classic Theatre Company is a small group of actors, drawn from all over the country, and dedicated to the high quality performance of popular but well-respected drama. And Relatively Speaking is no exception.
Tickets via the links below
Thursday 20 May 2pm -- EXTRA PERFORMANCE added to meet demand!!
OPEN AIR THEATRE RETURNS TO SOULTON HALL
Soulton Hall opens its new summer season with Classic Theatre Company’s Relatively Speaking, Alan Ayckbourn’s witty garden comedy, directed by Robin Case.
Apart from the first scene, the play is set in a garden, so what better setting than the walled garden at Soulton.
Bring your own chairs, and maybe a picnic. Excellent bar facilities available.
Update from rehersals
Robin explains how rehersahls are going...
20th May 2021 - 23rd May 2021