Audiences in for a masterclass in miscommunicationBy Caroline Cook
June 15, 2012
Audiences are in for a masterclass in miscommunication when one of Alan Ayckbourn’s most famous plays arrives in Reading.
The Shinfield Players are bringing Relatively Speaking to the stage with plenty of confusion and comedy along the way. Relatively Speaking tells the story of Greg and Ginny, a couple who are in love and planning to marry.
Greg finds a strange pair of slippers under the bed, but is far too besotted to believe they might have been left by another man.
So when Ginny goes off for a day in the country Greg naively follows, unaware of what he will find when he arrives.
Relatively Speaking is the last play of the Shinfield Players 2011-12 season and promises to be a grand finale to a successful year.
Relatively Speaking is at the Shinfield Players Theatre in Whitley Wood Lane until Saturday, June 16. Tickets are £8 adults, £7 concession, £4 children. To book visit http://www.shinfieldplayers.org.uk