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Relatively Speaking at the Arts Theatre

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19/03/15 - 28/03/15
The Therry Dramatic Society Theatre Company presents 'Relatively Speaking'. Written by Alan Ayckbourn, this play was his first major success. Directed by Norman Caddick, the show will premiere at the Arts Theatre on March 19th, running until March 28th.

Written in 1965 and originally named 'My Father', it's the comedy stage production of a young couple called Greg and Ginny who are very much in love, or so Greg thinks, until he finds another mans slippers under the bed.

When Ginny goes off for a day to visit her parents (or so Greg is told) she actually meets up with her older married lover, Philip, to tell him it's over. Greg decides to follow her and finds her at the home of married couple, Phillip and Shelia, whose marriage is clearly rocky, but Greg assumes they're Ginny's parents.

This play is a comedy of mistaken identity when Phillip has no choice but to play the role of Ginny's father so nobody becomes suspicious. What Greg does next will shock you even more. This hilarious comedy stars Rachael Horbelt (Ginny), Rhonda Grill (Sheila), Lee Cook (Greg) and Peter Davies (Philip).

Don't miss your chance to see this play come to life.

The Arts Theatre, 53 Angas Street, Adelaide
19, 20, 21, 25, 26, 27, 28 March at 8pm

Tickets are Adult $27, Concession $22, Student $12 and are available at: or (08) 8358 3018
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Why? Comedy Theatre
When: March 19th - 28th at 8pm
Phone: 8358 3018 or 8410 5515
Where: The Arts Theatre
Cost: $27 Adults, $22 Concession, $12 Students
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