Crossing Delancey | the Guild Theatre

Life can be dull or repetitive and it makes you numb to your own desires. Then one day someone pops up and encourages you to walk on the other side of the street for a while and suddenly the world is new again. At least that’s the plot of some of the best romantic comedies out there, and Crossing Delancey is no different.

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Calendar Girls | the Guild Theatre

The concept of a nude calendar isn’t new but replacing the typical bikini model or buff fireman with your average middle-aged Women’s Institute member is entirely novel. Based on a true story, the calendar girls of the Knapeley branch of the WI did exactly that and became international sensations for their trouble.

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Our Town | the Guild Theatre

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The magic of theatre often allows the exploration of unusual stories or sidelined characters who are given sympathy and attention on stage. This nearly century old Thornton Wilder play, though, pares back dramatic excess for a return to pure performance and simple living.

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Sufficient Carbohydrate | The Guild Theatre

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The Greek islands, what a beautiful place for a relaxing and rejuvenating holiday with friends and family. Only this holiday has a bit of an ulterior motive with Eddie hoping to sway colleague Jack into the company ethos, and perhaps pursue a smouldering affair on the side. Add alcohol and a touch of heat-stroke and this week away turns into an absolute disaster.

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