What Happened to Algy and A Story of More Woe (17th – 19th July) That Birmingham Theatre Company presents – What Happened to Ally and A Story of More Woe (a
What Happened to Algy and A Story of More Woe (17th – 19th July)
That Birmingham Theatre Company presents –
What Happened to Ally and A Story of More Woe (a comedy double bill)
by Ian Appleby and Richard Constable
Part of Birminghamfest 2022 –
Two new period comedies from exciting local writers!
In Ian Appleby’s ‘What Happened to Algy’ Gwendolen and Cecily attempt to track down the errant hero in this witty sequel to The Importance of Being Earnest.
‘A Story of More Woe’ by Richard Constable is an amusing twist on the classic love story of Romeo & Juliet, with Juliet considering her options after learning of her lover’s death.
Dates and time of show:
Sunday 17th July – 7.00pm
Monday 18th July – 7.00pm
Tuesday 19th July – 7.00pm
17 (Sunday) 7:00 pm - 19 (Tuesday) 7:00 pm
The Blue Orange Theatre
118 Great Hampton Street, Jewellery Quarter
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