ARCHIVE - PAST EVENT
by Alan Ayckbourn
A wildly inventive comedy
"A powerful and complex modernistic set... with lighting and sound effects that fairly blow the mind...the show boasts three central performances worth applauding"
It's sometime quite soon . . .
Jerome is a serious avant-garde composer. He`s written string quartets, a â€˜cello sonata. Unfortunately, he`s best known for the soundtrack of the infamous Singing Babies TV commercial . . .
But things with ZoÃ« go horribly wrong - just as Mervyn and Corinna are on their way to examine Jerome's stable new home environment - and Jerome is forced to improvise. You know, it's amazing what you can do with a robot, a few micro-chips and a screwdriver . . .
"An impressive production. The technical wizardly is brilliant, and the seven strong cast all give robust performances." Alison Anderson, Perthshire Advertiser
"When staying in Pitlochry during the early part of the war, I chanced to see a stately house with a fairly large garden, quite close to the town. I at once realised that here my dream theatre might well be established in this fashionable resort right in the heart of Scotland"â€¦ John Stewart, Founder of Pitlochry Festival Theatre.