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French Farce @ Orange Tree Theatre
Someone's goose is cooked.
Between the 19th December and 2nd February enjoy some French Farce by the comedy playwright Georges Feydeau. Sauce For The Goose was originally written in 1896, and was performed at the Orange Tree Theatre once before in 1987.
Now directed by Sam Walters, this play of complete pandemonium once again takes to the stage with marriage, 'indiscretion', and a barrel of laughs.
A tangled plot with tangled interrelationships, it's hard to know whose cheating on who. But one thing is for sure: with all these adulterous lovers meeting up at Hotel Ultimus, chaos will ensue.
Matinees are not at 2.30pm and 3pm, with audio descriptive performances on the 22nd & 26th January. The evening productions are on at 7.30pm, and there also a number of post talks taking place on 20th & 27th December and 3rd, 10th, 17th & 24th January. Tickets are £12.50 for children, students, & seniors, and £14.50 for adults.
And if you are lucky enough to be under 26, then you can get Thursday tickets for £5.