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Drowning on Dry Land by Bournyack Theatre Company

REVIEW: Drowning On Dry Land, New Wimbledon Theatre Studio ✭✭✭✭✭

Drowning On Dry Land is one of Ayckbourn’s most tonally surprising and unstable works; technically it is also one of his most sparingly and yet also elaborately written, combining apparent thinness of dialogue with intricately complex plotting, where motivation and reactions are typically merely suggested with the most delicate of shading, with hints, or shadows […]

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Alan Ayckbourn's Consuming Passions at the Stephen Joseph Theatre

First Look: Consuming Passions, Stephen Joseph Theatre

BritishTheatre.com is pleased to bring you these production images from Alan Ayckbourn’s Consuming Passions which is currently playing in rep at the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough. Consuming Passions is two linked single-act plays, Premonitions and Repercussions, with east lasting 45 to 50 minutes in length. Consuming Passions is performed by members of the Stephen Joseph […]

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London Classic Theatre present the UK tour of Absent Friends by Alan Ayckbourn.

London Classic Theatre Announce UK Tour Of Absent Friends

Artistic Director of London Classic Theatre, Michael Cabot announced today that they would tour a production of Absent Friends by Alan Ayckbourn as part of their 15th anniversary season. Summer 1974. A well-intentioned tea party descends into chaos. Wealthy, unfulfilled housewife Diana arranges a gathering of old friends to cheer up bereaved Colin, whose fiancée […]

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