Stamford playwright, Torben Betts brings the black comedy ‘Invincible’ to Stamford Arts Centre in May, produced by The Original Theatre Company and The Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds.
Directed by Christopher Harper, tells the story of Emily and Oliver who have decided to down size and shift their middle-class London lifestyle to a small town in the north of England. One night they open their doors and invite next door neighbours, Dawn and Alan into their home. Over the course of a disastrous evening of olives, anchovies, Karl Marx and abstract art; class and culture collide where the consequences are as tragic as they are hilarious.
From one of the most exciting playwrights to emerge since Alan Ayckbourn, Torben Betts, and produced by the award-winning Original Theatre Company (Birdsong, Three Men In A Boat), comes a brand new production of the smash hit, sell-out comedy, Invincible.
Meet Torben Betts, Invincible’s Stamford born playwright and screenwriter, after Saturday’s performance (May 7).
Showing at the Arts Centre both Friday, May 6, at 8pm and Saturday, May 7, at 7.30pm, tickets are priced at £14 (£12 concessions) or £10 for groups/students. One free teacher’s place for every 10 students booked.
To book, call the box office on 01780 763203 or visit the website.