by April de Angelis
A dramatic comedy. 1669 is a bawdy and troublesome time. The king is back on the throne and for the first time, women are appearing on stage.
This joyous play brings historical characters to life. By turns, raucously funny and deeply poignant.
Some sexual references
Director: Margaret Bennett
Performances: Saturday 5, Monday 7 to Saturday 12 May at 7.30 pm
Ticket Prices: All tickets are £9.50 with concession price of £7.50 for seniors, students and unemployed on first Saturday, Monday and Tuesday evenings only. Admin charges apply to online bookings.