Last night (21 May 2013), 140 Whatsonstage.com theatregoers attended Relatively Speaking at the West End's Wyndham's Theatre.

First performed in 1965, Alan Ayckbourn's Relatively Speaking is a comedy of mistaken identity centring on a complex love triangle between a pair of young lovers and an older married man.

The Theatre Royal Bath's production stars Felicity Kendal as Sheila, Kara Tointon as Ginny, Jonathan Coy as Philip and Max Bennett as Greg (pictured below during the Q&A).

Directed by Lindsay Posner, the production is designed by Peter McKintosh, and it runs at the Wyndham's Theatre until 31 August 2013.

After the performance we were joined by the whole cast for a post-show Q&A. Catch up with Twitter coverage in the box below...

To listen to the Q&A, which was hosted by Theo Bosanquet, click the 'play' button below; or to subscribe and download from itunes, click here.

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