Tv crime writer Max has returned to London after a year in New York and makes a surprising call on Shelia, his onetime lover and her husband Tony.
Far from being unaware of their adulterous affair, as they belive, Tony has extreme plans for dealing with it.
he married Shelia for her money and he's determined to keep his hands on it.
But will his plans survive the execution...
BLOWIN’ IN THE WIND SONGS OF PEACE, PROTEST & LOVE
Let us take you back to the era of PEACE , PROTEST & LOVE with uniquely arranged classic songs such as “Mr Tambourine Man’, ‘Imagine’, ‘Big Yellow Taxi’,‘ Sound of Silence’ &‘All you need is Love’.
Performed by outstanding Multi-Instrumentalists Andante this is an uplifting and inspiring show of unforgettable music.
When Dylan, Baez and friends sang their songs of peace, protest & love, “times certainly were a- changin’..”
Celebrating 100 years of Spike Milligan, this anarchic “Goon Show from the 1980’s”,
written by his longstanding (someone fetch him a chair!) collaborator John Antrobus for BBC Radio, is a fresh, vibrant salute to one of the all-time geniuses of British comedy.
This spirited revival premiers from Hambledon Productions (Just Like That! The Tommy Cooper Show and Steptoe and Son) and is chock-full of zany, Milligan-esque humour.
Revel in a surreal take on Jonah and the Whale, that “cake” elusive Pimpernel and the incredible case of the vanishing Flying Scotsman.
All this – and less! – in The Milligan Papers.
Weekdays 11.30am - 1.30pm and Saturday matinees as publicised for individual productions.
Entrances via front of Playhouse - follow the signs and from the car park at the rear of the building.
L.I.F.T. is about ... launching our beautiful theatre forwards to face a bigger and brighter future. It’s about giving it a much-needed facelift, whether that’s better access or more desirable décor.
But it’s chiefly about bringing people together. Just like in the early days of the Halifax Playhouse where members worked together to build, hone and improve this stunning, listed building, safeguarding and preserving it as a prestigious arts venue fit for purpose and the future. Together we can make it happen.