What's On

8 - 13 February
Confusions * / Hero’s Welcome * (in repertory)
Theatre Royal Windsor


Until 20 February

Things We Do For Love
Royal MTC AyckbournFest 2016 (click here for details)

Until 9 February
Confusions
Royal MTC AyckbournFest 2016 (click here for details)

Until 13 February
How The Other Half Loves
Royal MTC AyckbournFest 2016 (click here for details)

Until 14 February
Countdown / A Cut In The Rates
Royal MTC AyckbournFest 2016 (click here for details)

11 - 14 February
Bedroom Farce
Royal MTC AyckbournFest 2016 (click here for details)

11 - 21 February
Table Manners (The Norman Conquests)
Royal MTC AyckbournFest 2016 (click here for details)

12 - 16 February
Ernie’s Incredible Illuminations
Royal MTC AyckbournFest 2016 (click here for details)

14 February
House & Garden (staged reading)
Royal MTC AyckbournFest 2016 (click here for details)

15 - 20 February
Confusions * / Hero’s Welcome * (in repertory)
Theatre Royal Bath

16 - 17 February
Neighbourhood Watch (Amateur)
The Coach House Theatre, Malvern

18 - 19 February
Neighbourhood Watch (amateur)
South Hill Park, Bracknell

18 - 20 February
This Is Where We Came In
Royal MTC AyckbournFest 2016 (click here for details)

18 - 20 February
Communicating Doors (amateur)
The Warehouse Theatre, Weymouth

18 - 21 February
Relatively Speaking
Royal MTC AyckbournFest 2016 (click here for details)

22 - 27 February
Confusions * / Hero’s Welcome * (in repertory)
Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne

29 February - 5 March
Confusions * / Hero’s Welcome * (in repertory)
Malvern Theatres

29 February - 5 March
Sugar Daddies (amateur)
Bangles Little Theatre

2 - 5 March
If I Were You (amateur)
Thwaites Empire Theatre, Blackburn

8 - 12 March
Round & Round The Garden (amateur)
The Brewhouse, Taunton

15 - 19 March
Relatively Speaking
Jersey Arts Centre

31 March - 25 June
How The Other Half Loves
Theatre Royal Haymarket, London

12 April
Alan Ayckbourn in conversation with Paul Allen
Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford (Oxford Literary festival)

17 - 21 May
Neighbourhood Watch (amateur)
Gatehouse Theatre, Stafford

25 May (TBC) - 3 July
Confusions * / Hero’s Welcome * (in repertory)
59E59 Theaters, New York

1 - 4 June
Wildest Dreams (amateur)
Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield

21 - 26 June
Drowning On Dry Land
Landor Theatre, Kingston-Upon-Thames, London

30 August - 3 September
Relatively Speaking
Grand Theatre & Opera House, Leeds

* Directed by Alan Ayckbourn

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News Headlines

  • How The Other Half Loves is returning to the West End. Alan Strachan is directing a revival at the Theatre Royal Haymarket and further information can be found here.
  • Alan Ayckbourn’s Official Website is delighted to announce its patronage of Dick & Lottie theatre company. Click here for details.
  • Robert Powell and Liza Goddard are to appear in a UK tour of Relatively Speaking later this year, directed by Robin Herford. More details to be announced soon.
  • Alan Ayckbourn is to receive the Oxford Literary Festival Honorary Fellowship. To mark this, the playwright will be in conversation with his biographer Paul Allen at the festival on Sunday 10 April. The event will take place at the Sheldonian Theatre at 12pm and tickets are priced from £10 - £25. Further information can be found here.
  • New significant dates section added to the Ayckbourn Encyclopaedia. Click here.
  • Alan Ayckbourn will be returning to the Brit Off Broadway festival in 2016 with his latest play Hero’s Welcome and a revival of Confusions. The plays will run from the week of 25 May - 3 July and further details can be found at www.sjt.uk.com.
  • The Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre in Winnipeg, Canada, has announced details of its AyckbournFest 2016 from 3 - 21 February 2016, which includes 11 productions of the playwright’s work alongside staged readings and free lectures. Further details can be found here.
  • The Articles section of the website has been launched which features more than 200 articles by or about Alan Ayckbourn as well as interviews with the playwright.
  • Alain Resnais’s final film, Life Of Riley - adapted from Alan Ayckbourn’s play - is now available on blu-ray / DVD in the UK. Click here for details.
  • Paul Elsam's book on Alan Ayckbourn's mentor Stephen Joseph: Theatre Pioneer & Provocateur is now available in softcover. Click here or here for details.
  • Our sister-site Scarborough In The Round, celebrating the history of the theatre most associated with Alan Ayckbourn, has been launched. Click here.
  • Actors Index listing actors who have appeared in significant Ayckbourn productions added to Alan Ayckbourn's Official Website.
  • Unseen Ayckbourn, by Simon Murgatroyd, now available at amazon.co.uk and amazon.com.
  • The Stage picked Unseen Ayckbourn by Simon Murgatroyd as one of its theatre books of 2013. Click here.
  • Website dedicated to Alan Ayckbourn's mentor, Stephen Joseph, launched (link).

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