UKTW - 25 years online
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Season's Greetings archiveAs Neville and Belinda Bunker prepare for the Festive Season, Neville has again forgotten to buy his wife a present, sister Rachel is in her usual state about her love life, Uncle Bernard is planning yet another of his interminable children's puppet shows, Uncle Harvey is growing more eccentric than ever, Patti and husband Eddie are at t heir customary loggerheads, whilst in the kitchen, Auntie Phyllis is drunk in charge of their dinner. All in all, just another typical Christmas for the Bunker family. Until, that is, something really disastrous occurs... Jan11 16, Feb11 6,20, Mar11 6,13 Mats 14:30
Performers Oliver Chris (Clive), Mark Gatiss (Bernard), Katherine Parkinson (Pattie), Jenna Russell (Phyllis), Neil Stuke (Neville), Catherine Tate (Belinda), David Troughton (Harvey), Nicola Walker (Rachel), Marc Wootton (Eddie).
Author Alan Ayckbourn. Corporate Sponsor KPMG. Producer National Theatre. Director Marianne Elliott. Design Rae Smith. Lighting Bruno Poet. Music Stephen Warbeck. Sound Ian Dickinson.

Season's Greetings

Season's Greetings (Play) production archive for QTIX code T01490668742. Details of all Season's Greetings archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S4875

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1 Dec 10
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13 Mar 11
Lyttelton (National Theatre)
West End
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