That’s right, the Cardiff based company are back with a vengeance with their autumn tour of Bedroom Farce! This fast paced comedy will visit seventeen venues across Wales beginning next week in Blackwood Miner’s Institute and ending at Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, Cardiff in November (See below for full tour dates).
Written by award winning playwright, Alan Ayckbourn, Bedroom Farce focus on the lives of four couples, all at different stages in their relationships… from new love to a lifelong partnership, and the stages in between. The four relationships are put to the test in a dramatic night of mayhem, exposing secrets and hidden cracks with hilarious results! With quick comic timing and a strong set design, the production brings together all the essential elements of farce and gives the audience a proper insight in to 1970s suburban life and marriage.
Black RAT Productions are a professional company who’s ethos consists of introducing emerging talent and well established actors to produce ‘classic theatre’ with a strong focus on the text and characterisation. They’re past productions include Bouncers, Up ‘n’ Under and Boeing Boeing, and the company welcome back old regulars to the cast as well as some new faces.
Sure to be a night of laughter, bickering and the ups and downs of love and life: a night out with Black Rat is one not to be missed!
30th September – 2nd October: Blackwood Miners’ Institute
3rd October: Grand Pavillion, Porthcawl7th October: Neuadd Dwyfor, Pwllheli
8th October: Theatr Colwyn, Colwyn Bay
10th October: Borough Theatre, Abergavenny
11th October: Theatr Brycheiniog, Brecon
15th October: The Metropole, Abertillery
16th October: Pontardarwe Arts Centre
17th October: Theatr Mwldan, Cardigan
18th October: Theatr Hafren, Newtown
20th October: Congress Theatre, Cwmbran
21st – 22nd October: Colliseum, Aberdare
23rd October: Arts Centre, Aberystwyth
24th October: Stiwt, Wrexham
30th October: Taliesin Arts Centre, Swansea
5th November: Theatr Halliwell, Carmarthen
6th – 8th November: Richard Burton Theatre, Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Cardiff