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Two Cigarettes in the Dark starring Penelope Keith

26th April 2022 - 30th April 2022

 

Jonathan Church Theatre Productions and Cambridge Arts Theatre present

Penelope Keith

TWO CIGARETTES IN THE DARK

By Stephen Wyatt 

A bitter-sweet comedy about facing the end.

Bright, witty, and fiercely independent, Isabel is not ready to let go just yet.

In a series of encounters with an old friend and her two sons, by turns funny, startling and poignant, home truths are exchanged, and her past begins to emerge. As Isabel confronts her own hidden regrets and family secrets, we learn what hides below the surface of this proud mother, wife, and friend. Finally, Isabel is able to make peace with her life and say goodbye.

Stephen Wyatt’s new play reunites Dame Penelope Keith with director Alan Strachan who also directed her in Entertaining Angels (2006), Mrs Pat (2015) and The Chalk Garden (2018) at Chichester, where her other roles encompass The Apple CartThe Merry Wives of Windsor and The Way of the World. The designer is Simon Higlett, whose Chichester work includes The Chalk GardenThe Norman Conquests and Amadeus.

Details

Start:
26th April 2022
End:
30th April 2022
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Venue

Festival Theatre
Grange Road
Malvern, WR14 3HB

Other

Price:
Tues-Thurs Eves: £41.44, £39.20, £69.96, £33.60 & £30.24
Wed mat: £39.20, £36.96, £34.72, £31.36 & £28
Fri & Sat eves: £43.68, £41.44, £39.20, £35.84 & £32.48
Concessions & members discounts apply
Under 26s £8.96
Prices include 12% booking fee
Show Times:
Tuesday 26th to Saturday 30th April '22
Evenings at 7.30pm
Wednesday and Saturday matinees at 2.30pm

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