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Cost Tickets: £12 to £21.50
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Wed 9th Apr - Sat 17th May

By Dion Boucicault
Directed by Nikolai Foster
Lighting by Guy Hoare
Music by Grant Olding

Performance Times:
Monday to Friday at 7.30pm
Thursday and Saturday matinees at 2.30pm
No matinee on Thursday 10 April
Saturday 17 May performances at 1.30pm & 6.30pm

Just what is it about the ravishing heiress Grace Harkaway that attracts the attentions of both the aging, self-deluded dandy Sir Harcourt Courtly and his rakish son Charles? Destined to be married for her money, Grace professes indifference to her fate. Her resolve to remain aloof begins to waiver, however, when Charles arrives at her country estate in the guise of "Augustus Hamilton". Grace colludes with her cousin, the lusty Lady Gay Spanker, who undertakes to distract her ageing suitor, leaving Grace free to pursue the object of her desire. The course of true love is further complicated by the scheming lawyer Mr Meddle and Charles' shady friend, Richard Dazzle.

This witty and stylish, romantic comedy about misunderstandings and mistaken identity inspired the work of Oscar Wilde and a generation of aesthetes.

Talk Back
Free talk back after the shows on Friday 11 and Friday 25 April.

First Week Special
All seats £12 until Friday 11 April (no other discounts apply)

Interpreted Performance
British Sign Language interpreted performance on Monday 21 April

Tickets: £12 to £21.50

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