An unprecedented theatre event: two plays take place simultaneously in the same theatre but in different auditoriums. Characters walk off one set and onto the other throughout and yet each portion is a complete theatre experience. In HOUSE, two upper-crust marriages are in hilarious upheaval, the awkward confusion of young love abounds, a devious politician has bizarre ulterior motives land a French film star imbibes one too many drinks. And what is going on in the GARDEN? More hilarity.
Note: These two plays MUST be performed simultaneously in by the same cast in adjacent auditoriums.
"Perhaps his [Ayckbourn's] greatest work. An engaging, high precision production." - The Daily Telegraph
"It's audacious, crazy and altogether brilliant." - The Times