by April De Angelis
directed by Cora Bissett
“You’re having some kind of crisis.”
“It’s called being fifty. You must be having it too.”
A deliciously irreverent hit West End comedy of mid-life crisis, teenage rebellion and a mother-daughter relationship in meltdown. Hilary is 50, a strong intelligent woman who once protested at Greenham Common. Then she felt she could change the world, now, she can’t even change her daughters mind about wearing that skirt. Hilary’s job is on the line, her marriage is on life support, her best friend won’t grow up and her teenage daughter has gone off the rails…
If life begins at fifty, it’s off to a shaky start. April De Angelis’ frank and funny family drama charts the perils of growing up and growing old with refreshing candour in this instantly relatable look at mother-daughter relationships for anyone who has ever been tempted to open the wine before unpacking the shopping.
#Jumpy | #Lyceum1617
Contains strong language and sexual themes
Cast and Credits
CAST in alphabetical order
Richard Conlon Roland
Cameron Crighton Cam
Keiran Gallacher Josh
Dani Heron Lyndsey
Pauline Knowles Hilary
Stephen McCole Mark
Lucianne McEvoy Bea
Molly Vevers Tilly
Gail Watson Frances
Director Cora Bissett
Writer April De Angelis
Designer Jean Chan
Lighting Designer Tim Mascall
Casting Director Laura Donnelly CDG
Burlesque Choreographer Sarah Vernon
Movement Director EJ Boyle
DSM on the book Claire Williamson
Dates, Times & Prices
27 October - 12 November 2016
27 & 28 October | £10 Preview tickets on sale
Tuesday - Saturday
Wednesdays and Saturdays
To be confirmed during rehearsal process.
For Access Performances see below.
Tuesday - Saturday: £15.50 - £30.50
Wednesdays and Saturdays: £13.50 - £29
Not available on Premium Seats, from £10
Unreserved seating all tickets £10
All prices guaranteed until 14 September 2016.
- Thursday 10 November - 7.30pm
Touch Tour - 6.15pm
- Saturday 12 November - 2pm
Touch Tour - 12.45pm
Wednesday 9 November - 7.30pm
Saturday 12 November - 2pm
POST SHOW DISCUSSION
Tuesday 8 November 2016
FREE no ticket required
Takes place in the Stalls after the evening's performance.
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"this is the perfect play"
- The Mumble
"takes the audience's breath away, before making them shout with laughter"
- The Scotsman
"Beautifully nuanced performances"
- The Herald
"Crafted and performed exquisitely"
- The Reviews Hub