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Prices: £23, £21 Conc
Friday 1 Oct 2021 7:30pm
“Fear not darling. I shall return with absolutely no physical injuries.”
Lady Chatterley welcomes her husband, Clifford, home from a war that has left the world in tatters. With Clifford’s legs also in tatters, he arrives at Wragby Hall confined to a wheelchair and clutching his secret.
Despite her husband’s impotence, a subject that everyone struggles to avoid, Constance entertains the idea that one day they could have a child. However, as Clifford’s obsession for industrial pursuits heightens, Constance embarks on a passionate and curiously experimental affair with Mellors, the estate gamekeeper.
This laughter-filled parody of the classic D.H. Lawrence novel will bring you high drama, high comedy and highly-raised eyebrows.
With kind permission of Lesley Pollinger, Paper Lion Ltd as Trustee for The Estate of Frieda Lawrence Ravagli, c/o Micheline Steinberg Associates. Info@steinplays.com
Cast: Christina Baston, Wesley Griffith, Rebecca McClay, Lawrence Russell
Narrator: Chris Jamieson
Understudies: James Hepworth, Katie Oakhurst
Writer: Lawrence Russell
Director: Ben Simpson
Original Score: Savage & Spies
Set Design: Phil Eddols
Lighting Design: Angharad Evans
Sound Design: Helen Skiera
A parody of Lady Chatterley’s Lover by DH Lawrence.
"A perfectly crafted production of comic genius." - Mind the Blog
“Will quite simply leave you wiping the tears of laughter from your face.” - Fairy Powered Productions
"Pacy, but poignant. Raunchy, yet reflective." - Gloucestershire Echo
★★★★ “A hilarious watch, constantly charming and remains true to the spirit of D.H. Lawrence’s work.” - Ed Fringe Reviews