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SALISBURY PLAYHOUSE THEATRE TRIP – PROGRAMME

This outing is open to ALL U3A members

RELATIVELY SPEAKING by Alan Ayckbourn

Thursday 26th September at 2.15pm

Greg and Ginny are living together. Ginny is keen to marry Greg, but with unfamiliar slippers under the bed and a delivery of flowers and chocolates, Greg is becoming suspicious that he is not the only man in her life. When Ginny says she is visiting her parents a dizzying series of misunderstandings unravel into chaotic comedy.

Cut-off: Monday 26th August 2019

 

This outing is open to ALL U3A members

BREAKING THE CODE by Hugh Whitmore

Thursday 24th October at 2.15pm

At the height of the Second World War eccentric genius Alan Turing was breaking the complex German code, Enigma, at Bletchley Park. Since his work was classified top secret for years after the war, no-one knew how much was owed to him when he was later put on trial and publicly humiliated by the revelation of his sexuality. This compelling play intertwines an account of Turing’s most heroic hour with that of his betrayal by the nation he had helped in its darkest hour.

Cut-off: Tuesday 24th September 2019

Pick-up points

Badger Farm Road/Olivers Battery bus stop 12.00pm
The March Hare, Priors Dean, Harestock 12.10pm
Winchester Hotel (Moat House) 12.20pm
Headbourne Worthy House 12.30pm
Southgate Street/St Swithun Street 12.40pm
Barnes Close/St Cross Road 12.50pm

The ticket price is £30 per person, which includes a discounted top price seat and return coach travel. If you wish to book for either/both of these productions please send a separate cheque for each play made payable to Salisbury Playhouse together with a self-addressed stamped envelope and your telephone number in case of any problems to Daphne Poupart, 46 Main Road, Littleton, Winchester, SO22 6QQ. contact details

NOTE: If you have missed the cut-off date for these plays it might not be too late to join the group. Please call me for information on 01962 882878