The Glass Supper

The Glass Supper by BAFTA-Nominated Martyn Hesford is a searing new comic play from the writer and team behind Mrs Lowry and Son (★★★★ Critics’ Choice in The Times and in The Telegraph, 2013).

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Venue

THE CLF ART CAFE (AKA THE BUSSEY BUILDING)

Cast and Creative Team

Dates

25 June – 26 July

Reviews

Thanks to excellent direction by Abbey Wright, the first half is hysterically funny, and you hit the interval on a high, all the while knowing that dark times lie ahead. ★★★★, Critics Choice, Whatsonstage

Abbey Wright’s rich production  is performed with lip smacking relish. The Stage ★★★★

Abbey Wright directs with brio. The Times

Screamingly funny and Breathtakingly brilliant.★★★★★ The Gay Times

Superb direction from Abbey Wright. The Public ★★★★

About the show

Marcus and Colin have escaped the madness of London to live in the peaceful countryside. But will this new idyllic reality soon be shattered when Steven, his beautiful young boyfriend, Jamie, and Wendy arrive unexpectedly for supper?

The Glass Supper is a blistering, poetic, funny new drama about the search for love and sex in the modern world.

Starring Michelle Collins (EastendersCoronation StreetTwo Thousand Acres of Sky,Sunburn), and directed by Abbey Wright (Mrs Lowry and SonDublin CarolHoliday andThe Eisteddfod)