A Game of Golf

21 Apr 2017 - 23 Apr 2017

Performances of 'A Game of Golf ' are on 21st April 7.30pm, 22nd April 2.30pm and 7.30pm and 23rd April 6.30pm

TWO WEEKS – TWO PLAYS – Directed by Michael Friend.
From “Intimate Exchanges” by Alan Ayckbourn

Can Toby a headmaster with the largest collection of empty whisky bottles in the country stop his wife, Celia, from throwing herself into the arms of Lionel, his school’s handyman?   Can Celia keep her husband safe from the clutches of young Sylvie who wants an education – and more? Add in Lionel’s father Joe a man with a poem for every occasion, Irene Pridworthy and her redoubtable team of lady golfers, and Rowena wife of the school governor  working her way through her husband’s entire squash team.

A tour de force for two actors, A Garden Féte and A Game of Golf from the series of plays, Intimate Exchanges, which Alan Ayckbourn has described as a ‘a piece of theatrical lunacy’ involve the characters in a roundabout of mischance, misunderstandings and choices based only on the merest chance.

Performances of 'A Game of Fete' are on 14th April 7.30pm, 15th April 2.30pm and 7.30pm and 16th April 6.30pm

Tickets per Play:
£14 Paid in advance:
£16 on the doors:
Buy 2 plays in advance and there is a further discount but only available at the Box Office, not on-line