Sunday 18 February 2018

How The Other Half Loves at Everyman Theatre

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Alan Ayckbourn's hilarious comedy, How The Other Half Loves, will bring laughter to Cheltenham during its anticipated national tour.

Following its critically acclaimed West End revival, acclaimed comedy, How The Other Half Loves will take to the stage at Everyman Theatre as part of its nationwide tour.

Sure to have Cheltenham audiences in stitches from Monday 6 to Saturday 11 November 2017, Alan Ayckbourn’s hilarious tale is a story about matrimonial mishaps and boasts a stellar cast including stage and television actor Robert Daws, EastEnders star Charlie Brooks, and Caroline Landrishe.

The comedy follows Bob and Fiona as they clumsily try to cover up their affair while their spouses’ intervention only increase the confusion, with innocent William and Mary caught in the middle and accused of adultery.

Culminating in two disastrous dinner parties on successive nights, shown onstage at the same time, the laugh-out-loud show promises a brilliant theatre experience in Cheltenham.

How The Other Half Loves play
Everyman Theatre
Monday 6 to Saturday 11 November 2017; Thursday 9 November 2017; Saturday 11 November 2017
From 7.45pm, with matinees from 2pm on Thursday and Saturday
Tickets range from £15 to £30, with concessions available
(01242) 572573

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