The action famously involves four couples in three bedrooms displayed side by side over one night and the morning aftermath. Jenny Seagrove and David Horovitch star as one of the three pairings whose night’s sleep is disrupted by - and onstage double bed invaded by - Trevor (Orlando Seale) and Susannah (Rachel Pickup) and their imploding marriage.
Peter Hall’s production was first presented last October as part of the Rose’s two-month Behind Closed Doors programme, which examined what happens in the privacy of other people’s homes via revivals, with Bedroom Farce running in rep from 15 October to 28 November 2009 (previews from 1 October) with Strindberg’s Miss Julie, directed by Stephen Unwin, who succeeded Hall as the Kingston venue's artistic director.
Share via Email
No thanks, don't show this popup again.