3 - 21 June 2014
by George Bernard Shaw
‘This really is something else, the cast are a dream’
– The New Current
‘From production to direction to the performances, almost everything was top-quality’
– Remote Goat
‘This hugely enjoyable production is a ripping success’
– The Public Reviews
‘A well executed little gem of a play… one of the funniest and most enjoyable pieces of vintage theatre’
– Everything Theatre
An underwear tycoon, an armed gunman, a flying polish acrobat, 8 marriage proposals and a plane crash in the greenhouse – it’s just another afternoon in Surrey.
Hypatia is a bored heiress to her domineering fathers underwear fortune , trapped in an unhappy engagement she seeks excitement and new ideas. When a plane crashes at the bottom of the garden bringing a handsome young pilot and a female daredevil this quiet afternoon in the country is turned upside down.
George Bernard Shaw’s lost classic, Misalliance, flies into London this June. Described as ahead of it’s time, a ‘debating society of a lunatic asylum by ‘ The Times’ in 1910 it is the perfect comedy for audiences in 2014
Produced by Thundermaker Productions Ltd and directed by award winning Nick Reed whose last play The Lifecoach was nominated for Best New Comedy at the WhatsOnStage Awards.