50th Anniversary - Absurd Person Singular Reading

The RoundTheatre

A special fundraising event to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Alan Ayckbourn's Absurd Person Singular.

Credits:

Written and directed by Alan Ayckbourn
Casting Director: Sarah Hughes CDG

Key Cast:

Elizabeth Boag
Bill Champion
Russell Dixon
Linford Johnson
Alexandra Mathie
Naomi Petersen

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26 June
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A special fundraising event to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Alan Ayckbourn's classic Absurd Person Singular.

Enjoy a talk from Alan Ayckbourn's Archivist Simon Murgatroyd and a reading of the play followed by a Q&A with Alan and the cast, and a delicious hot buffet in Eat Me @ the SJT.

Times
Talk with Alan Ayckbourn's Archivist, Simon Murgatroyd: 12 noon - 1pm
Absurd Person Singular Play Reading & Post-show Q&A: 3pm - Approx. 6.30pm
Hot Buffet in Eat Me Cafe for VIP tickets: 6.30pm onwards

Tickets
A talk with Alan Ayckbourn's Archivist, Simon Murgatroyd: £5 Book now
Play reading: £15/£35
VIP tickets* (includes souvenir programme, talk, premium tickets for the reading, Q&A and buffet): £80
*If booking a VIP ticket, you don't need to book a ticket for the talk. This will automatically be booked in for you.

All money raised will go towards our New Work Fund - nurturing and developing new talent.


We are a Covid-secure venue with two industry standard marks recognising the comprehensive safety measures we have in place, and have a no-fuss refund policy if you need to self-isolate.

We are recommending our audiences continue wearing a face covering when moving around the building or watching a show or film, unless eating or drinking. 

You can find full details of our Covid safety measures here.

dates

Sunday 26 June 2022, 3.00pm

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