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Seventeen years ago, Murray fled the neighbourhood under somewhat of a cloud and certain local folk have long memories, not least Alice, the mayor, whom he left standing at the alter. Indeed few of his friends, once the welcome flags have stopped waving and the town band has ceased playing, seem particularly happy to see him back. Murray's declared intention of staying put and settling down with his new bride threatens to stir up all sorts of old rivalries and resentments. Suddenly the couple, in search of peace, find themselves once more in the firing line. 60th Anniversary ProductionsPerformers Stephen Billington (Brad), Elizabeth Boag (Alice), Russell Dixon (Derek), Evelyn Hoskins (Baba)), Emma Manton (Kara/Simone), Richard Stacey (Murray).
Author Alan Ayckbourn. Company Stephen Joseph Theatre Company (in association with Guildford's Yvonne Arnaud Theatre). Director Alan Ayckbourn.
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