Round and Round the Garden: Hilarious British Comedy from The British Players
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The last date listed for Round and Round the Garden was Sunday April 17, 2011 / 2:00pm.
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There is a scarcity of places to eat in Kensington for a quick, nice lunch on a Sunday between church and the show starting time. We did have brunch at The Black Cafe in Garrett Park - delicious and we got waited on in a timely fashion. We were...continued
Annie – the stay at home spinster sister – leads a dreary existence looking after her sick mother who is confined to bed. Norman, who just happens to be married to Annie’s sister (Ruth), wants to take Annie away for a wicked weekend. Annie’s brother and his wife (Reg and Sarah) show up to look after Mum while Annie’s away, not realising that she is going off with Norman. Throw in a cat traumatised by an overzealous, lovelorn vet (Tom), and you have a comic stew guaranteed to leave you gasping with helpless laughter.
The British Players present Round and Round the Garden, part three of Alan Ayckbourn’s hilarious trilogy, The Norman Conquests. Wit, wordplay, and general confusion run riot in this brilliant comedy, as six people who should know better run round and round a garden full of briars, nettles, and poorly constructed lawn furniture. This is a must-see for lovers of classic British fun and frolic.
Directed by Pauline Griller-Mitchell
Produced by Sigrid Blobel
About the Ticket Supplier: The British Players
The British Players are dedicated to bringing high-quality traditional British theater to the Washington area, and since 1964 they have been delighting audiences with a wonderful recipe of humor, patriotism, music, dance and dialog, with material dating from the turn of the century to the modern day.