For in this world of wealth, position and intrigue, nothing is ever quite as it seems . . .Wilde’s first major theatrical success, written in 1892, is a stylish, glittering comedy of marital misadventure and family secrets. Rich in his distinctively delicious wit, this classic drama will be given the kind of a lavish, sumptuous production that only PFT is capable of delivering.
pub . . .
Using a quickfire succession of scenes from the hilarious to the deeply moving, and a cast of just two to play all fourteen characters, Jim Cartwright’s rich, affectionate portrait of one night in the life of a pub is a vivid, thrilling, theatrical tour de force.
Nothing if not ambitious, the Pendon Amateur Light Operatic Society is taking on . And is winning . . . until, that is, a personable but shy widower, Guy Jones, joins the team . . .
Alan Ayckbourn is the most popular and most often performed living playwright at PFT. Hailed by some as his greatest play, A Chorus Of Disapproval is also the funniest and most wickedly accurate portrait of am dram life ever created. Not seen on PFT’s stage since 1995, this acclaimed, laugh-out-loud comedy is guaranteed to be one of the stars of 2013!