‘Private Fears in Public Places’ is another Ayckbourn masterpiece. Six people with six very separate lives are strangely linked by circumstances. Does Nicola really still want Dan? Can Stewart be on the verge of an office romance? Does Ambrose harbour a secret? Will Imogen ever find true love? And what deviant practices does Charlotte indulge in behind closed doors? There is humour and sadness to their lives and Ayckbourn strikes a fine balance between farce and slightly dark tragedy. It will be a fascinating evening.
Thursday 19, Friday 20 & Saturday 21 April
Adults £15, concessions £13, family of 4 (2+2) £42, Thursday special 4 for 3