Quartet

QUARTET

Tue 3 - Sat 7 April 2018
Tickets £20 - £35*

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Paul Nicholas (The Real Marigold Hotel, Just Good Friends, EastEnders), Wendi Peters (Coronation Street, Oh What A Lovely War), Sue Holderness (Only Fools and Horses, The Green Green Grass) and Jeff Rawle (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Drop The Dead Donkey), star in a brand-new production of the bittersweet comedy Quartet.

Quartet is the charming tale of four ageing opera singers. Cecily, Reggie and Wilfred reside in a magnificent retirement home in Kent, where the rumour circling the halls is that the home is soon to play host to a new resident and word is, it’s a star. Jean arrives and old rivalries resurface, secrets are revealed and chaos unfolds, but in true theatrical tradition - the show must go on.

Quartet is a celebration of the twilight years and the hilarity of growing old disgracefully! Oscar winning writer Sir Ronald Harwood has had a long and distinguished career, receiving several Tony and Olivier awards. His play, The Dresser, recently completed a sold-out West End run. Produced by the team behind Jeeves & Wooster, The Miser, The Dresser and the smash-hit musical The Bodyguard.

Running Time

TBC

Tickets

Tuesday – Saturday, 7.45pm
and Saturday, 2.30pm: £20/£25/£30/£35*
Thursday, 2.30pm: £20/£25/£30*

*All ticket prices include a £3 per-ticket booking fee.

Assisted Performances:

BSL Interpreted performance, Wednesday 4th April, 7:45PM

Paul Nicholas
Paul Nicholas

The Real Marigold Hotel, Just Good Friends, EastEnders.

Wendi Peters
Wendi Peters

Coronation Street, Oh What A Lovely War.

Sue Holderness
Sue Holderness

Only Fools and Horses, The Green Green Grass.

Jeff Rawle
Jeff Rawle

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Drop The Dead Donkey.

  • 'Ronald Harwood's play is laugh out loud funny, with moments that bring a lump to the throat'

    DAILY TELEGRAPH
  • 'An unashamed - no, shameless - vehicle for four feisty old troupers to make us laugh, sigh and cry as they take us into the world of facing up to age of mortality '

    THE INDEPENDENT