Heartbreak Productions present

Private Lives

Price:
£15 FULL / £13 CONC
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EVENT INFORMATION

Heartbreak Productions welcome you to L’Hotel Crevecoeur.  May we please remind you to follow hotel rules (we have them for a reason) and enjoy your stay at the hotel appropriately!

Whilst you are here, be on the lookout for two honeymooning couples, Elyot and Sibyl Chase and Amanda and Victor Prynne. Before Elyot married Sibyl and Victor married Amanda, Elyot and Amanda were married to each other, and unfortunately, we’ve booked them into rooms with adjacent balconies. Really, though, what could go wrong?

Join us for this outdoor adaptation of Noel Coward’s celebrated comedy, Private Lives. Heartbreak Production promises to deliver an evening of sparkling entertainment, nostalgic music, and delicious one-liners. Pack the canapes, chill the champagne, don your cardigan, and don’t forget something to sit on – we can’t promise fair weather, but cold expressions and heated arguments are guaranteed!

This event takes place in Walkden Gardens. Please be prepared for all weather conditions as this event will take place come rain or shine. Please bring your own seating or blankets. Seating will not be provided.

TICKET OFFER

Book tickets for two or more theatre shows and pay £8 per ticket. Only available on selected shows:

Unsung | Seaside Terror | The Orange Peel | SAME SAME DIFFERENT | Ballet Central | The Cocoa Butter club I Raze Up: Showcase I The Trials of Oscar Wilde | The Haunting of Blaine Manor | Egg | 100 Ways to Tie a Shoelace | Private Lives | Another England

To redeem: call our box office on 0161 912 5616 or pop in Mon - Sat 10:00 - 17:00 (later on event nights) to book. This offer is not available online.

Offer is subject to availability, selected shows only, cannot be used in conjunction with other offers or retrospectively. Tickets must be bought in the same transaction.


RUNNING TIMES

2 hours 15 mins, including interval.

AGE RECOMMENDATION

8+ years

MEDIA

#PrivateLives

@WatersideArts

  1. June 23, 2019, 6 p.m. → Book Now

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