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17 Jun – 30 Sep 2022

Private Lives

Private Lives

Auditorium

17 June – 30  September  2pm & 8pm

By Noël Coward      

Directed by Amy Liptrott

 

Is it even a complete season without a little bit of Coward?  One of his most celebrated plays, Private Lives follows Elyot and Amanda, who were once married to each other. They find themselves on honeymoon with their new partners, in the same hotel in the South of France and admiring the view from adjoining balconies. 

Their initial horror disappears as, within no time at all, they’re sharing cocktails, a romantic serenade and rekindling their previous passion. Caring nothing for scandal, they elope to Amanda’s Paris apartment, but did they really make a mistake in divorcing?

Ticket prices from £16.  Concessions available – call Box Office for more information.

 

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  • A persons headshot with them in the centre towards camera

    Deirdre Davis

  • A persons headshot with them in the centre towards camera

    Marc Small

  • A persons headshot with them in the centre towards camera

    Nalân Burgess

  • A persons headshot with them in the centre towards camera

    Tom Richardson

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