15 Theatre Walk, St Peter's Quarter,
|Date(s):||Thu, 18th Oct 2018|
A hilarious masterpiece of situation comedy
Beverly and husband Laurence are entertaining their newlywed neighbours. Joining them is twitchy divorcee Sue, banished from the party of her teenage daughter. Over a stack of cheesy-pineapple sticks, small talk and splashes of alcohol, the appalling host’s soiree soon descends into chaos. As the sniping begins, this delicious comedy cracks open social climbing suburbia to savagely funny effect.
Set in seventies Romford, with Donna Summer top of the hit parade and adults behaving disgracefully, join us for a great night out at the drinks party from hell!
Made famous by the BBC ‘Play for Today’ starring Alison Steadman, this fresh but faithful look at an iconic classic is directed by Douglas Rintoul (Made in Dagenham, The Crucible, Rope).
Mike Leigh – Writer
Douglas Rintoul – Director
Lee Newby – Designer
Ivan Stott – Sound Designer
Zoe Spurr – Lighting Designer
Age Guidance: 11+
Prices from: £9.50 – £26.50
Concessions: £2 Off (except Saver)