Same Time, Next Year

Past Production

by Bernard Slade

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4 Stars

The Malvern Observer

5 Stars

Fairy Powered Productions

A delightful comedy about marriage and parenthood, made famous by the Oscar nominated film.

Doris and George meet in 1951, a chance encounter in a Californian hotel that leads to a passionate one-night stand. Both are married to other people but, soon aware that this might be the start of something, they promise to meet 12 months later. So begins a romantic love affair that lasts 25 years.

The play charts their lives through the ups and downs of parenthood, career highs and lows as well as the shifting fashions and morals of the passing decades.

Bernard Slade paints a bittersweet, nostalgic and very funny portrait of two likeable protagonists who find themselves in the most unusual of long-term relationships.

London Classic Theatre


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Reviews

  • 4 Stars

    A beautifully crafted production…immensely watchable
    Malvern Observer
  • 0 Stars

    The two actors were spectacular in their roles, their incredible chemistry made the moments of comedy brilliantly funny whilst making the moments of sadness between them all the more heartbreaking
    Worcester News
  • 5 Stars

    The two actors were spectacular in their roles, their incredible chemistry made the moments of comedy brilliantly funny whilst making the moments of sadness between them all the more heartbreaking
    Fairy Powered Productions
  • 0 Stars

    Director Michael Cabot has brought out the very best in these two supremely capable and versatile actors
    Showtime!
  • 0 Stars

    Amusing and poignant
    British Theatre Guide
  • 5 Stars

    There are plenty of laugh-out-loud moments, but the play is much more than that, with absorbing dialogue underlying the excellent gags.
    Theatre Reviews North

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