The Swan Theatre Company presents

Bedroom Farce

By Alan Ayckbourn
Directed by Beryl Snadden

Monday 14th - Saturday 19th July

Ernest and Delia go out to dinner to celebrate their wedding anniversary. When this is a failure they return home and prepare to celebrate with pilchards on toast in bed. Super!!

Malcolm and Kate are preparing a house warming party; Nick and Jan have been invited to this but Nick has hurt his back and prepares to rest quietly in bed - Shame!

All three preparations are doomed, however, to disaster by the marital problems of Trevor (son of Ernest and Delia) and his wife Susannah, who descend on each couple in turn leaving chaos in their wake, finally taking over the bedroom (and bed) of the long suffering Malcolm and Kate.

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Doors open 7:15pm, show starts 7:45pm.

 

 

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