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You Can’t Take It With You, by Moss Hart and George S Kaufman

The Magical Voyage of Ulysses, by John Wiles

Directed by Claire Lewis

About the Show

You Can’t Take It With You
At first the Sycamore family seem quite mad, but it is not long before we realise that if they are mad, the rest of the world is even madder. In contrast to the Sycamores are the stuffy and snobbish Kirbys. The play tells how Tony, the attractive young son of the hugely wealthy Kirbys, falls in love with Alice Sycamore. The Kirbys have been invited to dinner to meet the Alice’s family, and much to her dismay they duly arrive… on the wrong night. 

The Magical Voyage of Ullysses
Troy has fallen ... The captains and the kings depart, some like Nestor to a happy homecoming, others like Agamemnon to a bloody one. Ulysses is condemned to ten years exile for offending the gods during the siege. The story of his wanderings is well known from Homer's Odyssey, here providing a marvellous stimulant to the youthful imagination.  

Performance Times

You Can’t Take It With You

Thursday 4th April 7.30pm

Saturday 6th April 2pm (in a double bill with The Magical Voyage of Ulysses)

Saturday 6th April 7.30pm

The Magical Voyage of Ulysses

Friday 5th April 7.30pm

Saturday 6th April 2pm (in a double bill with You Can’t Take It With You) 


Single Play £7.50 full Concessions (under 14s only) £6

Double Bill £9 full Concessions (under 14s only) £8

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