Side Effects

A comedy by Eric Chappell
18th-21st May 2016
Buscot Theatre, Buscot House, Oxfordshire
Director: Debbie Lock

Bring a picnic to enjoy in Buscot Park followed by a performance of this very funny play.
Gates open for picnicking from 6 o'clock, performance starts at 7:30.
Tickets £10, to include a glass of wine or juice will be available here online or from 'Hare in The Woods', 7a Market Place, Faringdon from 1st April.
Seating in the theatre is very limited so make sure you get your tickets as soon as possible.
Tickets will NOT be available on the door.

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(This play will also be performed on 2nd & 3rd June by FDS at the
Garrison Little Theatre, Fort Erie, Ontario, Canada)

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'Side Effects' is a hilarious comedy for two men and three women from the Bafta-winning creator of Rising Damp. Time Period - Contemporary. Settings Of Play - The visitors' room of a convalescent home.

Frank Cook, having been taken ill with a rare complaint, has been booked into a private nursing home by his wife June for a week's respite. Whilst there, he encounters Paul Latimer, whose odd behaviour is beginning to alarm his wife, Sarah. Perhaps he's just suffering from the side effects of his medication! To throw a spanner in the works along comes Tracey.

Buscot Theatre, is set in the East Pavilion on the east side of Buscot House. Buscot Parkís theatre dates from the 1930ís. It seats 64 in a raked auditorium with purpose-built armchairs covered in fire-proof velvet. The vaulted ceiling provides excellent acoustics and an audio system is available for the hard of hearing. Parking is available nearby. Please note, there are no wheelchair facilities in the theatre. Vehicle access is via the gated entrance on the A417 between Lechlade and Faringdon.

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