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THE COUNTRY WIFE
12 September 12 - 20 October 12

ONLINE BOOKING
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 William Wycherley

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Newly arrived in town - with his ‘country wife’ Margery - Jack Pinchwife is jealous to the core and strains to keep his innocent spouse away from Horner’s clutches. She, however, is desperate to savour all the pleasures of the big city. And when Harry finally meets Margery, a collision course is set.

William Wycherley’s subversive comedy of sex and seduction was so scandalous that it was banned for 200 years. It is now brought to sparkling life by Olivier Award-winning director Polly Findlay, whose recent productions include GOOD at the Royal Exchange last Autumn and ANTIGONE at the National Theatre.

 

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Cast
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Nicholas BishopEliza  CollingsNick FletcherOliver  GommJessica KnappettAmy MorganRoger  MorlidgeJames RussellFelix ScottMaggie ServiceTommy VineJanet  WhitesideLizzie WinklerSusan Wokoma
By William Wycherley
Director Polly Findlay
Designer Helen Goddard
Sound Carolyn Downing
Lighting Chris Davey
EVENT INFORMATION 

BOOK TICKETS
0161 833 9833 / online

TICKET PRICES
£10 - £35 (click here for more details)

PERFORMANCE DATES & TIMES
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RUNNING TIME
2 hours 20 minutes (with one interval)

AFTER SHOW DISCUSSION
Thursday 20 September

BACK STAGE TOUR
Wednesday 26 September, 11.00am
This Tour is BSL Interpreted

NEW CAPTIONED PERFORMANCE
Thursday 11 October, 7:30pm
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AUDIO-DESCRIBED PERFORMANCE
Saturday 13 October, 3:30pm
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BSL INTERPRETED PERFORMANCE
Tuesday 16 October, 7:30pm
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