Agnes Colander written by Harley Granville Barker in 1900, has been adapted into a play by Richard Nelson and directed by the former director of the Royal Shakespeare Company, Trevor Nunn. The first ever live performance of the new comedy and it brings to light important issues about female independence in the 1900s.
Evening -Monday - Saturday - starts at 7.45pm
Matinees - Thursday and Saturday - starts at 2.30pm
Tickets are £22.50 per adult, £17.50 for concessionsBack to Calendar