At Pomegranate Theatre
Starts Evenings 7.30pm, Wed matinee 2pm, Sat matinee 3pm.
Part of a season of seven plays to celebrate 70 years of the Pomegranate Theatre as a civic theatre.
Three couples, two dinner parties, one affair… Frank and Fiona are well-off, while Frank’s employee Bob and his wife Teresa are not, but Fiona is having an affair with Bob. When the two couples each invite another work colleague, William and his wife Mary, to dinner on consecutive evenings, we watch as the dinner parties play out simultaneously, with the hapless William and Mary caught hysterically between the warring twosomes. As Fiona and Bob desperately try to cover up their infidelity, accusations fly and tempers flare.
How the Other Half Loves is a fast-paced farce full of misunderstandings and mayhem. It is the play that secured Alan Ayckbourn’s place as one of Britain’s best-loved playwrights. Ayckbourn has written over 80 plays, scooping both Tony Awards and Olivier Awards for his work.
“Alan Ayckbourn’s vintage comedy… hilarious” The Guardian
“Colourful and hilarious… lots of laughs… immaculate comic timing”
Derbyshire Times on Rumpus’ production of Absurd Person Singular
After the show on Thursday, join the cast in the bar for a game in the style of Give us A Clue
Full £22, Concession £21, Child £18
Group 10+ £20, Schools 10+ £17
Friends save 20% and have prioriy booking
See 7 plays for the priice of 4 when booking at the same time and before Sat 26 January. Bookable by calling the Box Office on 01246 345 222.
Groups and schools tickets are not valid in conjunction with the 7 plays for 4 offer.
Friends save 20% is valid in conjunction with the 7 plays for 4 offer.
Each ticket price advertised above includes a £1.20 booking fee. No matter how you book (online, phone, in person) or how you pay (cash, credit/debit card, voucher), the fee will always be the same.