Norwich performers prepare to stage bittersweet comedy

Sewell Barn Theatre is presenting the show A Month of Sundays.Photo: Barry Parsons of East Anglia Ph

Sewell Barn Theatre is presenting the show A Month of Sundays.Photo: Barry Parsons of East Anglia Photo Services - Credit: Barry Parsons of East Anglia Photo Services

The bittersweet comedy A Month of Sundays is the latest show to be performed by the performers at Sewell Barn Theatre.

Sewell Barn Theatre is presenting the show A Month of Sundays.Photo: Barry Parsons of East Anglia Ph

Sewell Barn Theatre is presenting the show A Month of Sundays.Photo: Barry Parsons of East Anglia Photo Services - Credit: Barry Parsons of East Anglia Photo Services

The show, written by Bob Larbey, will be taking to the north city theatre's stage from June 14 to 16 and from June 20 to 23.

It is described as a witty yet perceptive take on the themes of awkward family relationships, dependable friendships, and growing old not always gracefully, and the play's author, Bob Larbey, is best known for TV sitcoms including The Good Life, Please Sir and Ever Decreasing Circles.

Mel Sessions, the show's director, said: 'The relationships are extremely well-defined, compelling you to listen and laugh, and maybe cry; essential ingredients for a trip to the theatre.'

A Month of Sundays opens at Sewell Barn Theatre, in Constitution Hill, Norwich, on Thursday, June 14. To book tickets, visit www.sewellbarn.org or call 01603 626414.

Sewell Barn Theatre is presenting the show A Month of Sundays.Photo: Barry Parsons of East Anglia Ph

Sewell Barn Theatre is presenting the show A Month of Sundays.Photo: Barry Parsons of East Anglia Photo Services - Credit: Barry Parsons of East Anglia Photo Services


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