[WhatsOnStage.com] - As it happens, this particular Alan Ayckbourn comedy, directed by the master himself, toured to this very stage, back in and the director this time around, one Robin Herford, a regular director for the Coliseum, was one of the original cast.
Sir Alan Ayckbourn, CBE (born 12 April 1939) is a prolific English playwright. He has written and produced more than seventy full-length plays in Scarborough and London and was, between and 2009, the artistic director of the Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough, where all but four of his plays have received their first performance. More than 40 have subsequently been produced in the West End, at the Royal National Theatre or by the Royal Shakespeare Company since his first hit Relatively Speaking opened at the Duke of York's Theatre in
[Times 24] - WGC's Monk's Walk School will be in competition next Wednesday with Alan Ayckbourn's Between Mouthfuls. Also taking the stage on March 7 will be JCoss with We'll Be Home Tomorrow and The Hazeley Academy with William Shakespeare's Richard III.
[The Guardian] - In the mid-70s, when Alfred Bradley had already established a small but impressive radio drama centre in Leeds, Tony was appointed as his deputy, replacing Alan Ayckbourn. BBC Leeds already had its share of talent, with Peter Tinniswood, Brian Thompson
[The Press, York] - On the theatre front, as well as Paper Bag People, York Settlement Community Players present Miss Yesterday, Alan Ayckbourn's exploration of life from a teenage girl's perspective, from March 7 to 17 in the York Theatre Royal Studio.
[This is Nottingham] - But being Alan Ayckbourn, Time of My Life is different. Revelations, lots of them, come tumbling out of cupboards for sure. But there's also plot development, told by Ayckbourn's trademark deployment of flashback and flash forward as well as
[Fleetwood Today] - They are staging the ghostly comedy Life and Beth, by Alan Ayckbourn, at Thornton Little Theatre. The dates are Wednesday, March 7 to Saturday, March 10, beginning each night at 7.30pm. Written in as a third part of a trilogy named Things That Go
[LSMedia] - Alan Ayckbourn has been thrilling and cheering audiences up and down the country with plays as rich and meaningful since The Norman Conquests have long been held up as some of the playwright's finest moments and is considered a television
[Salisbury Journal] - This play spoke to me unlike the plays of Noel Coward or Alan Ayckbourn. I think Out of Joint is the most important theatre company in Britain today as it insists there is life outside London.” “So many of his plays also came out of a workshop
[Londonist] - It is a surprise to see Brecht tackling domestic farce, Alan Ayckbourn-style, although less so that he uses it as a device to expose the brittle façade of bourgeois social convention. It is a complex ensemble piece, with the cast of eight spending