The Civic Players present

Relatively Speaking

By Alan Ayckbourn

Directed by Richard Walters and Chantelle Souter

Wednesday 29th  - Saturday 2nd December @ 7.45pm

Greg and Ginny are living together, but Greg is becoming somewhat suspicious that he is not the only man in her life. He wonders about Ginny's plan 'to visit her parents' and decides to follow her. Ginny is really going to see a considerably older lover, but only in order to break with him. Greg mistakes the ex-lover (Phillip) and his wife (Sheila) for Ginny's parents. Ginny's arrival further compounds an already wildly hilarious situation.

 

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Tickets £9, concessions/students £8

 

 
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  • Relatively Speaking 29 Nov - 2 Dec

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    The Civic Players next production is the comedy, Relatively Speaking by Alan Ayckbourn. Tickets now on sale.

     
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