Theatre & Dinner Trip
September 7, 2023
Dinner and Theatre The Mill at Sonning
With much of the original structure retained, this 18th Century Flour Mill has been converted into a renowned Dinner Theatre. Patrons enjoy a fresh home-cooked meal – with not a microwave in sight! – before watching the performance in the 215 seat air conditioned auditorium.
Pre-dinner drinks with a view of The Thames or watching the working Waterwheel in the bar, is an added treat.
Meet three married couples. The Fosters – Frank & Fiona. The Philips – Bob & Teresa. And The Featherstones – William & Mary.
Frank employs Bob and William. Fiona is having an affair with Bob. Teresa is suspicious of Bob, who covers up his adultery by shoving the blame onto his colleague William.
William suspects Mary is having an affair. Fiona, to ward off Frank’s questioning, tells him that she has been comforting Mary, who also suspects that William is having an affair… Got that?
Of course, William & Mary are the innocent parties tangled in Fiona & Bob’s web of deceit. You can only imagine what complications, revelations and big laughs will ensue…
Alan Ayckbourn is one of Britain’s most celebrated playwrights. HOW THE OTHER HALF LOVES is one of his cleverest, funniest and entertaining plays. Directing is Robin Herford. Robin was associate director of Ayckbourn’s Scarborough company and the man responsible for the West End’s WOMAN IN BLACK.
A riotous and hilarious time is guaranteed.
Having previously won ‘UK’s Most Welcoming Theatre’, we are assured our usual first-class experience enjoying a home-cooked 2 course meal before the show followed by tea or coffee.
Offer Price £97.50
per person to include the return coach, theatre ticket and two course home cooked dinner with tea and coffee.
Location: Dorking Halls
Call 07771 793294 & ask for Neil,
or use our contact form to email me.