It is 1919, the war is over, and the jazz age is just beginning. Unfortunately, Victoria finds herself with two husbands. Believing her first husband Bill was killed in the war, she has married his pompous army friend Frederick, but Bill turns up alive and well. What’s more, both husbands want to be rid of her, and she has set her sights on a rich industrialist as a third husband…!
Home and Beauty is a high energy, farcical comedy of morals, manners and marriage, with overtones of Wilde and Wodehouse.
Don’t miss this rare revival of a classic period comedy!
Tickets £14.00 inclusive of booking fee. Concessions £1.50 off. Groups of 10+ please call 01702 351135 to buy fee-free.
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