Relatively Speaking

Alan Ayckbourn

20 Feb - 3 March


As funny as anything Ayckbourn has ever written' The Times
'The most brilliant comedy of misunderstandings to have been written in the past 40 years' Daily Telegraph

Greg only met Ginny a month ago but has already made up his mind that she's the girl for him. When she tells him that she's going to visit her parents, he decides this is the moment to ask her father for his daughter's hand. Discovering a scribbled address, he follows her to Buckinghamshire where he finds Philip and Sheila enjoying a peaceful Sunday morning breakfast in the garden, but the only thing is they're not Ginny's parents.

Beautifully crafted, wonderfully funny and charmingly English, Relatively Speaking was Alan Ayckbourn's first great West End success and turned him into a household name. When the show opened at the Duke of York's Theatre in 1967, the critics hailed the arrival of a great new comic talent.





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Available Performances

01-Mar 7.30pm £15 in Advance £18 on the door The Wightman £15 Book Online
02-Mar 7.30pm £15 in Advance £18 on the door The Wightman £15 Book Online
03-Mar 7.30pm £15 in Advance £18 on the door The Wightman £15 Book Online
01-Mar 2.30pm £15 in Advance £18 on the door The Wightman £15 Book Online
20-Feb 7.30pm £15 in Advance £18 on the door The Wightman £15 Book Online
23-Feb 7.30pm £15 in Advance £18 on the door The Wightman £15 Book Online
24-Feb 7.30pm £15 in Advance £18 on the door The Wightman £15 Book Online
26-Feb 7.30pm £15 in Advance £18 on the door The Wightman £15 Book Online
27-Feb 7.30pm £15 in Advance £18 on the door The Wightman £15 Book Online
28-Feb 7.30pm £15 in Advance £18 on the door The Wightman £15 Book Online
03-Mar 2.30pm £15 in Advance £18 on the door The Wightman £15 Book Online
24-Feb 2.30pm £15 in Advance £18 on the door The Wightman £15 Book Online

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