Viva bringing classic satire to the stage in Soham
- Credit: Archant
After the recent success of Oliver, Viva is back with a brand new production.
Abigail’s Party, written by Mike Leigh, opened in April 1977 at the Hampstead Theatre and also found success when later adapted for television.
In this character-driven satire you will be introduced to Beverly and Laurence who have invited over their new neighbours, Angela and Tony, for a visit, along with Sue whose daughter, Abigail, is holding a party at the house that night.
As the tension between these characters grows the evening heads towards disaster.
Abigail’s Party will run at The Brook, in Soham, from June 4-6. Each performance will begin at 7.30pm. Tickets are reserved, £10 full price and £8 concession. Tickets will be available from the Viva box office on 01353 722 228 or via e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may also want to watch:
Tickets will also be available online at wegotttickets.com
- 1 Our archives reveal the 'crackpot' idea to re-open disused rail lines
- 2 HGV crashes into car damaged in earlier incident
- 3 Caravan wedged under Fens rail bridge
- 4 See photos of the intricate final stages of the Huntingdon Viaduct removal
- 5 Fundraiser for mum with terminal cancer to 'have a good Christmas with her family'
- 6 Rowdy passengers force train cancellation
- 7 Drunk driver failed to spot police car parked next to her
- 8 Car crashes into wall outside village Co-op
- 9 Daughter sets fire to father's bedroom after food outrage
- 10 Have your say on plans to improve city rail station