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The Family Way - Bill Naughton's All in Good Time archiveOptimistic newlyweds Arthur and Jenny Fitton are young, in love, and excited to embark on the rest of their lives together. But the wedding night hasn't gone well and their married life is already getting off to a false start. Still living in the Fitton family home, with Mr and Mrs Fitton on one side of the bedroom, and interfering brother Geoff on the other, the happy couple's expectations are slowly becoming as hopeless as their love life. Bill Naughton's The Family Way is a funny and intimate portrayal of life, family, and love in 1960s Bolton. This social comedy illuminates the complex relationships within families, and the tender and precious ties that exist between parents and their children.
Performers David Birrell, Barbara Drennan, Jessica Baglow, Max Runham, Akshay Gulati, Harry Long, Shobna Gulati, Kathy Jamieson, Colin Connor, Marc Small, Anna Wheatley.
Author Bill Naughton. Producer Octagon Theatre Bolton. Director Elizabeth Newman. Design Amanda Stoodley. Lighting Kay Haynes. Musical Director Ben Occhipinti. Sound Ben Occhipinti.

The Family Way - Bill Naughton's All in Good Time

The Family Way - Bill Naughton's All in Good Time (Play) production archive for QTIX code T0850612240. Details of all The Family Way - Bill Naughton's All in Good Time archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S01707508725

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4 Sep 15
3 Oct 15
Octagon Theatre
Greater Manchester

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