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Take a look at the exciting shows to follow in our current season.

The Diary of Anne Frank

dramatised By Frances Goodrich & Albert Hackett

Directed by Sharon Laws & Rick Thompsett

Anne Frank - leaflet v2While Anne’s diary continues to be a source of inspiration and an historical treasure, this play gives us even more. Anne is still the central figure, but we are able to view the other characters and see them come to life as well. The relationships, family differences, and emotional rollercoasters they face let us become a part of history that the diary doesn’t offer. As an audience, we’re treated to a three-dimensional view not just of Anne Frank, but of her world and the people with whom she shared it.

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Time of My Life

By Alan Ayckbourn

Directed by Eve Manghani

Time of My Life - PostcardWhen Ayckbourn gives a play a ‘jolly’ title and it opens with all the characters having a happy time—in this case all sitting round a table in an Italian restaurant, chatting and laughing, you can be sure disaster lies no further than a brandy glass away. Secrets are revealed as scenes spin backwards and forwards in time. Ayckbourn’s 44th play is a black comedy that swings from humour to pathos on a grand scale as we learn that the ‘Time of My Life’ is the time you were happiest but didn’t know it.

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