The dark side of comedy

PUBLISHED: 12:10 20 April 2006 | UPDATED: 10:01 06 May 2010

ALAN Ayckbourn s Absurd Person Singular is being performed by the Stevenage Lytton Players. This classic comedy takes place in three different kitchens on Christmas Eve, on three successive years. It encompasses all the dramas that are part and parcel of

ALAN Ayckbourn's Absurd Person Singular is being performed by the Stevenage Lytton Players.

This classic comedy takes place in three different kitchens on Christmas Eve, on three successive years.

It encompasses all the dramas that are part and parcel of family Christmases and is one of Alan Ayckbourn's most popular plays, described as: "bordering on a farce, but with a darker thread running through the comedy."

It will be on stage at 7.45pm at The Lytton Theatre in Stevenage from Wednesday, April 26 until Saturday, April 29 and tickets cost between £6 and £8.

For tickets and more information call the box office on 01438 840519.


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