Haunting Julia; Sugar Daddies; Drowning on Dry Land; Private Fears in Public Places
SUGAR DADDIES: Sasha, a naive country mouse living with her half-sister in a London flat, rescues an old man, Val, from a hit-and-run driver. Ironically dressed as Father Christmas, Val turns out to be an ex-villain who once ran a chain of shady clubs
DROWNING ON DRY LAND: Charlie is that modern media phenomenon, an A-list celebrity, the man who has it all. But what has he ever done? Indeed, has he ever done anything? And, in the distorted world of celebrity hype, does anyone even care?
PRIVATE FEARS IN PUBLIC PLACES: Six people, six separate lives, yet all strangely linked by circumstance. Does Nicola still love Dan? Can Stewart be on the verge of an office romance? Will Imogen ever find true love? Does Ambrose have a secret life? And what on earth is Charlotte up to?
Alan Ayckbourn is the most widely performed of all living playwrights, with a prolific back catalogue of work which has been translated into 40 languages and performed throughout the world. He has received many national and international awards. He was appointed a CBE in 1987, and in 1997 received a knighthood for his services to theatre.