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Steven Pacey in Relatively Speaking
RichardMk2
This play, produced by the Bath Theatre company runs at Malvern Theatre from Tue 7th to Sat 11th March 2023. For those of you not familiar with this venue, it's located in the centre of this attractive spa town. Car parking is available close by. Also a good variety of pubs and restaurants to eat at before or after.
Edited by Supreme Commander on 19-11-2022 02:32
 
Lorna
I will be going to one of his performances, but at the moment I am tossing up between Bath, Cheltenham and Malvern.
I look behind me, what do I see? A pair of golden wings seem to be attached to me.
 
Lorna
I have booked for Malvern. The matinee
Edited by Lorna on 19-11-2022 08:48
I look behind me, what do I see? A pair of golden wings seem to be attached to me.
 
Supreme Commander
Tour dates we know so far (for links to box office see the item in our front page news):
Bath Theatre Royal - Thr 12 to Sat 21 January 2023
Cheltenham Everyman - Tue 24 to Sat 28 January 2023
Aberdeen - His Majesty's Theatre - Tue 31 January to Sat 04 February 2023.
Cambridge Arts Theatre - Tue 07 to Sat 11 February 2023
Eastbourne, Devonshire Park Theatre - Tue 14 to Sat 18 February 2023
Guildford, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre - Tue 21 to Sat 25 February 2023
Malvern Theatre - Tue 07 to Sat 11 March 2023

Definitely intending to see this - probably at the Yvonne Arnaud or Cambridge, and possibly also Eastbourne. It would be great to have a little Horizon group at each venue so anyone interested should add to this thread and hopefully find other takers for 'their' chosen venue.
"Some days are better than others, Section Leader"
 
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Obsidian
What goes around, comes around.

Thought people might like to see this pic of Michael Keating back in the day as Philip, and Josie Kidd as his wife, Sheila, in 'Relatively Speaking' directed by Paul Darrow at The Connaught Theatre, Worthing. I do have some other pics somewhere.

i.imgur.com/sHxjDPj.jpg
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Supreme Commander

Obsidian wrote:

What goes around, comes around.

Thought people might like to see this pic of Michael Keating back in the day as Philip, and Josie Kidd as his wife, Sheila, in 'Relatively Speaking' directed by Paul Darrow at The Connaught Theatre, Worthing. I do have some other pics somewhere.

i.imgur.com/sHxjDPj.jpg


I saw this (and the other 2 'Worthing plays'Wink - great photo and great show. It will be interesting to compare to this new production with Steven playing Philip which hopefully I'll be seeing in a few weeks.
"Some days are better than others, Section Leader"
 
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Obsidian

Supreme Commander wrote:

Obsidian wrote:

What goes around, comes around.

Thought people might like to see this pic of Michael Keating back in the day as Philip, and Josie Kidd as his wife, Sheila, in 'Relatively Speaking' directed by Paul Darrow at The Connaught Theatre, Worthing. I do have some other pics somewhere.

i.imgur.com/sHxjDPj.jpg


I saw this (and the other 2 'Worthing plays'Wink - great photo and great show. It will be interesting to compare to this new production with Steven playing Philip which hopefully I'll be seeing in a few weeks.


Thought you would have seen all the Worthing plays SC, and would enjoy the photo. Let us know what the production is like. I would dearly have loved an opportunity to see any of them.
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ClareTarrant
Going to Malvern on 11th March, evening performance. I know a few people are coming already, but if anyone else wants to, feel free to join us.
 
Joe Dredd

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at the moment I am tossing up between Bath, Cheltenham and Malvern.


British Rail really must do something about their sandwiches.
 
ClareTarrant
I quite agree Joe! Ha ha
 
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