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Beautifully crafted, wonderfully funny and charmingly English, the play marked Alan Ayckbourn’s breakthrough West End hit and this production will be its first West End revival since it played at the Duke of York’s Theatre in 1967, when the critics hailed the arrival of a great new comic talent.

Greg only met Ginny a month ago but has already made up his mind that she’s the girl for him. When she tells him that she’s going to visit her parents, he decides this is the moment to ask her father for his daughter’s hand. Discovering a scribbled address, he follows her to Buckinghamshire where he finds Philip and Sheila enjoying a peaceful Sunday morning breakfast in the garden. The only thing is... they’re not Ginny’s parents.

Review Roundup: Lindsay Posner's Revival of RELATIVELY SPEAKINGReview Roundup: Lindsay Posner's Revival of RELATIVELY SPEAKING
by Review Roundups - May 21, 2013

Lindsay Posner's revival of Alan Ayckbourn's Relatively Speaking opened at the Wyndham's Theatre last night (20 May 2013). It runs through 31 August 2013. (more...)

Felicity Kendal and More Star in Theatre Royal Bath's RELATIVELY SPEAKING at Wyndham's Theatre, Now thru Aug 31Felicity Kendal and More Star in Theatre Royal Bath's RELATIVELY SPEAKING at Wyndham's Theatre, Now thru Aug 31
by BWW News Desk - May 14, 2013

Theatre Royal Bath Productions presents Alan Ayckbourn's Relatively Speaking at London's Wyndham's Theatre for a limited run until Saturday 31st August. Previews begin tonight, 14th May 2013 with press night on Monday 20th May. (more...)

STRICTLY Alumni Felicity Kendal And Kara Tointon To Star In RELATIVELY SPEAKING, May 2013STRICTLY Alumni Felicity Kendal And Kara Tointon To Star In RELATIVELY SPEAKING, May 2013
by BWW News Desk - October 19, 2012

Beautifully crafted, wonderfully funny and charmingly English, the play marked Ayckbourn's breakthrough West End hit and this production will be its first West End revival since it played at the Duke of York's Theatre in 1967, when the critics hailed the arrival of a great new comic talent. (more...)

 
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