CURRENT SHOW |HAY FEVER
Presented by Logos Theatre Company
in association with Traffic of the Stage
by Noel Coward
Directed by Bryan Hands
12th April – 1st May
Tuesdays – Saturdays 7.30pm
Sundays at 4pm
No Monday performances
Noel Coward’s famous ‘comedy of manners’
Set in the 1920s, the play takes place in the country home of Judith Bliss, a celebrated retired actress, and her charming, unconventional family. Each of the four of them have invited a guest to spend the weekend. The guests are drawn in to what seems at times a crazy, hilarious, parallel universe where normal rules of behaviour do not apply!
Reputedly written in only three days in 1924, Hay Fever has become one of the most popular plays in the repertoire and was reckoned by Tyrone Guthrie to have ‘as good a chance of immortality as any work of an author now living’.
Starring Judi Bowker and Harry Meacher
RUNNING TIME: 2 hours 10 minutes approx, inc. one 15-minute interval
Tues – Thurs – £14 / £12 Concession
Fri & Sat – £16 / £14 Concession
Sundays – £14 / £12 Concession
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