Noël Coward’s masterpiece
Private Lives

A Comedy of Manners

Directed by Anne Ponting
Performed by Scaramouche

1930, Deauville, France. Divorced couple, Amanda and Elyot, recently married with new partners, both on honeymoon with their new spouses, discover they are staying in adjacent rooms at the same hotel…
Of all Noël Coward’s plays, this remains the most pristine, elegant example of his art. Deceptively simple.

After fabulous reviews from their run in Milford, and by popular demand, Scaramouche bring their production of ‘Private Lives’ to the Barrington Theatre

Fri 30th August 2.30pm
Fri 30th August 7.30pm

Tickets: £12, £10 OAP’s
Box Office: 01202 894858
www.barringtoncentre.co.uk/theatre/
www.Scaramouche-Theatre.com

“I cannot fault this production.From the acting to the staging,it is all excellent. I would simply urge you to watch this show.”
Peter Whitaker
Scene One