A trio of comedies set in one house over a weekend, first at the dining room table, then in the living room, and ending up in the garden. More…
This series of three plays features only six characters, and can be viewed in any order. Each of these plays has scenes and moments that overlap with each other and come together to tell the story of Norman and his wife Ruth’s family, in one house over a weekend.
See it if Great acting and writing. Fun staging. Great fun, funny story. It's part of a trilogy but can be seen on it's own.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy clever British humor.
See it if For an epic amount of well-constructed British Theatre. So much worked.
Don't see it if You don't like plays, family stories, or you don't want to sit for a long time.
See it if you love hilarious British comedies performed by a talented cast.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy straight plays, don't like comedies, or don't like British comedy.
See it if you enjoy Ayckbourn's wacky plots, humorous situations and truthful ironies. His characterizations are comic and the actors do him proud.
Don't see it if you are in a morose mood, not into being entertained with laughter and despise British acting and humor.
See it if You love fantastic acting, writing, and directing - see all three plays in any order- a unique and memorable event.
Don't see it if You aren't into British comedy, or comedies of manners.
See it if you like romantic, light-hearted diversions about real people bahving in silly but charming ways.
Don't see it if you can't invest three nights at the theatre, since the play is three plays in one, each set in a different part of the same house & garden.