Dick & Lottie Future Productions

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This website supports Dick & Lottie as the result of its Administrator and Alan Ayckbourn's Archivist, Simon Murgatroyd, being the patron of the company. This recognises the company's commitment to producing the playwright's plays to the highest standard and quality.

GamePlan (2019)

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22 - 26 January
Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield
Times: 7.45pm (2pm Saturday matinee)
Tickets: £12 (under 26s £8)

The first part of the acclaimed Damsels In Distress trilogy set in flats in London's Docklands sees teenager Sorrell going to extreme lengths to help her mother. But when there are unexpected fatal consequences and the media and police come calling, what are two teenage girls to do?

Damsels In Distress (2019)

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23 - 27 July
Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield
Times: 7.45pm to be confirmed
Tickets: To be confirmed

The second and third parts of the
Damsels In Distress trilogy - FlatSpin & RolePlay - will be performed from 23 - 26 July, before all three Damsels plays will be brought together for a trilogy day on 27 July.

Private Fears In Public Places (2019)

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Spring 2019
Davenport Theatre, New York (www.davenporttheatre.com)

Arguably Alan Ayckbourn's most significant play of the new millennium,
Private Fears In Public Places traces the lives and relationships of six loosely linked people in London. Critically acclaimed upon its New York premiere in 2005, this marks the play's first return to the city and mixes melancholy, humour and insight too show Ayckbourn at his best.

Standing Room Only (2019)

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Early Summer 2019 (to be confirmed)
An exclusive event by Dick & Lottie with the permission fo the playwright.
Standing Room Only is Alan Ayckbourn's fourth play and was last performed in 1963. Withdrawn ever since, it is arguably the first Ayckbourn play where the playwright's original voice as a writer can be heard. Set in the near future of 2010 (!), the UK has come to a standstill due to vast gridlock. The populace lives either in their vehicles or vast tower blocks. With the Government surreptitiously sterilising the population, how will a family on a double decker bus cope with the arrival of mysterious stranger and an unauthorised pregnancy?
Dick & Lottie will be presenting a one-off rehearsed reading of
Standing Room Only presented by Alan Ayckbourn's Archivist, Simon Murgatroyd. Further details to be confirmed in 2019.

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