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Directed by David Stacey

Raymonde suspects her husband Victor Emmanuel of infidelity and she turns on her best friend, Lucien, to help her gain proof. They conceive a plan - based on a perfumed letter - to trap him at the Hotel Coq d'Or in Montretout. In true Feydeau fashion the plan misfires: the plot is complicated by confused identities, revolving beds, a great many doors and the fact that the stupid hotel porter, Poche is the exact double of Victor Emmanuel.

Set in the stylish early 1900's Belle Epoque, an evening of incredulity and hilarity is guaranteed.

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Bette & Joan
4 April - 7 April
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Once grande dames of Hollywood, by 1962 arch-rivals Bette Davis and Joan Crawford were in danger of becoming has-beens. Then an opportunity came along to appear together in a new movie called Whatever Happened To Baby Jane?
Here we have a delicate game of one-upwomanship in which bared teeth are hidden behind dissembling smiles and barbed insults fly in both directions.

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Contains strong language and adult themes. Not suitable for children.

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The Deep Blue Sea
3 May - 12 May
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One of Rattigan's best known plays tells the story of Hester Collyer. It begins with the discovery of Hester in her flat by her neighbours after she has failed in an attempt to commit suicide by gassing herself. Some time before this Hester had left her husband Sir William, a respectable High Court judge, for Freddie Page, a semi-alcoholic former RAF pilot.

Although their relationship was physical and passionate his ardour has cooled, leaving her emotionally stranded and desperate. The aftershock of Hesterís attempted suicide unravels even the remnants of this relationship. Sir William offers reconciliation but is rejected and there seems every likelihood that she may try again to take her life. This moving story of a failed suicide attempt, of her tempestuous affair and the breakdown of her marriage begins to emerge. With it comes a portrait of need, loneliness and long-repressed passion, and behind the fragile veneer of post-war civility burns a brutal sense of loss and longing.

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