by Alan Ayckbourn
Directed by Jim McClure
20-24 February 2018
Greg and Ginny find themselves most compatible but she is determined to be off today, against his wishes. She insists she is going to see her parents. Well, Greg just bets he beats her to that address, and he does so. The "parents" do not at first understand him correctly; for Gitnny has not been entirely honest with Greg.
This is the cleverly constructs play that in 1967 gave Alan Ayckbourn his first West End hit, with reviews describing it as "deliciously heady," "a near miracle," and provoking "the proverbial gales of laughter."
About Woodley Theatre
Woodley Theatre is based at the Oakwood Centre, Woodley, near Reading, Berkshire. Find us.
We are an amateur theatre company that aspires to set high standards for our productions, whilst still having fun. See how we build sets in just 5 minutes.
We were formed in 1945 as the St. John’s Players, and after a few years went secular as The Woodley Players, changing later to Woodley Theatre.
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We typically mount 4 or 5 productions each year.
We have an associated Youth Theatre that also mounts 1 or 2 productions each year.