by Charles Dyer
7.30pm (no performance Sunday 4 February)
We start 2018 with a gentle, charming comedy, set in a basement bed-sit in the 1960s. Shy, virginal Percy has been tricked into going home with a prostitute on his final night in London, after watching the Cup Final. During a night of talking, both Percy and Cyrenne share their vulnerabilities and decide to stay together … but then dawn arrives and reality returns.This touching and poignant comedy was the first play written in 1964 by actor and playwright Charles Dyer.