After All These Years
Wed 21 June Wed 21 June Sat 24 June Sat 24 June
21st, 22nd & 24th June
Evening Performances 21st, 22nd and 24th
Cafe / Bar open from 18:00
Onstage from 19:00
Matinee Performance 24th
Onstage from 15:00
Close Quarter Productions Ltd and Theatre Reviva!
in association with Holofcener Ltd present
After All These Years
by Giles Cole
directed by Graham Pountney
A bittersweet comedy about friendship, love, betrayal, hope, and… lapses of memory.
Two former showbiz couples think they know all there is to know about each other, but what secrets are quietly waiting for their cue to change things for ever?
“A superb play… in a defining league of its own.” Fringe Review (2021)
This new production, prior to a run at London’s Jermyn Street Theatre, features Jeffrey Holland, Judy Buxton, Carol Ball and Graham Pountney.
A bittersweet comedy about
friendship, love, betrayal, hope
– and failing memory!
“Superb… in a defining league
of its own” Fringe Review
£16 on the door
Salami, Chorizo, Prosciutto Ham, Sundried Tomatoes, Hummus, Olives, Pickles, Apple, Crisps, Ciabatta, Carmelised Onion Chutney, and Salad.
Platter for One – £9.00 – Add Cheese (Cheddar and Brie) £1.75
Sharing Platter for Two – £17.95 – Add Cheese (Cheddar and Brie) £3.50
Falafel, Hummus, Sundried Tomatoes, Olives, Pickles, Apple, Crisps, Ciabatta, Caramelised Onion Chutney, and Salad. (VGN)
Platter for One – £8.50 (VGN) – Add Cheese (Cheddar and Brie) £1.75 (V)
Sharing Platter for Two – £16.50 (VGN) – Add Cheese (Cheddar and Brie) £3.50 (V)
We take great care to prevent cross contamination of allergens in our kitchen but due to the layout and operation we cannot guarantee that your order is 100% free of allergen ingredients. Please make a member of staff aware of any allergies when placing your order. Thank you!
PLEASE NOTE : PLATTERS ARE NOT AVAILABLE TO BOOK FOR THE MATINEE PERFORMANCE – HOWEVER THE CAFE WILL BE OPEN 12-3 AS USUAL SERVING HOT & COLD MEALS
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