• Theatre, Drama
  • Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond

Suite in Three Keys

An ultra-rare chance to see these late Noël Coward plays

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Time Out says

Noël Coward’s relatively obscure final works get a big old Orange Tree revival, directed by the theatre’s boss Tom Littler and starring Stephen Boxer, Emma Fielding, Tara Fitzgerald and Steffan Rizzi. Conceived as a loose trilogy, all three of the stories in ‘Suite in Three Keys’ are set in the same Swiss hotel suite. They’re further subdivided into the standalone ‘A Song at Twilight’ – about an elderly writer facing blackmail – and the double bill of the romantic ‘Shadows of the Evening’ and comedy ‘Come into the Garden, Maud’. ‘A Song at Midnight’ and the double-bill are each two-and-a-half-hours long: you’ll need to check the theatre website to see which show you’re booking for, although matinee days will naturally feature both, and the Orange Tree schedule has been reconfigured to have midweek matinees on both Wednesday and Thursday during this run (with no Monday night perfomance).

Details

Address
Orange Tree Theatre
1
Clarence Street
Richmond
TW9 2SA
Transport:
Rail/Tube: Richmond
Price:
£15-£50. Runs 2hr 30min

Dates and times

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