The popular Cheltenham Everyman Theatre has launched a new season of shows featuring some of the UK’s best-loved television and stage actors, hoping to attract theatregoers from Gloucestershire and beyond with its star-studded line-ups.
Kicking off the autumn season on Monday 10 September 2012 will be Alan Ayckbourn comedy Relatively Speaking, running until Saturday 15 September 2012 – starring stage veteran Felicity Kendal and _Hornblower_’s Jonathan Coy alongside _Eastenders_’ actress and Strictly Come Dancing winner Kara Tointon.
Next up there’s thought-provoking drama The Handyman by Academy award-winning playwright Ronald Harwood, running from Monday 17 to Saturday 22 September 2012. Star of the big screen, stage and television Timothy West will star alongside Caroline Langrishe and regular on British television dramas, Adrian Lukis.
Tom Kempinski’s hard-hitting Duet For One will follow, from Monday 24 to Saturday 29 September 2012, and hopes to draw in the crowds with a cast including BBC drama favourite Haydn Gwynne and William Gaunt, who has been delighting stage and television audiences for almost three decades.
And last but by no means least will be the hilarious Keith Waterhouse comedy Good Grief starring one of the nation’s sweethearts, Penelope Keith, known to millions for her roles in The Good Life and To the Manor Born. This will round up the autumn season and run from Monday 22 to Saturday 27 October 2012.
Don’t miss your chance to see some of the country’s leading names of the stage and screen, right here on your doorstep, and be sure to book your tickets quick – they will be available to buy from Friday 20 July 2012.
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