Abigail's Party

Jodie Prenger, Vicky Binns and Daniel Casey lead the cast in a brand-new production of this groundbreaking comedy classic!

11 February, 2019 - 16 February, 2019

  • wheelchair access
  • hearing enhancement
  • assistance dogs

Ambassador Theatre Group presents

Abigail's Party

Monday 11th February - Saturday 16th February at NST Campus

Age guidance: 12+
Running time: 2hrs 20 (incl. interval)

Post show talk: Wednesday 13th February

BSL Interpreted and Audio Described: 16th February, 2.30pm

 


Stage and TV star Jodie Prenger, Coronation Street and Emmerdale favourite Vicky Binns and Daniel Casey, best known as DS Gavin Troy in Midsomer Murders, lead the cast in this groundbreaking comedy classic!


Beverley and husband Laurence are throwing a party for their newlywed neighbours, Tony and Angela. Joining them is highly strung Susan whose been banished from the party of her teenage daughter Abigail. Welcome to 1970’s suburbia and its heady mix of free-flowing cocktails, classic disco and cheese and pineapple sticks. As tensions rise and tempers flare the sheen of respectability is torn away by the warring couples with hilarious and potentially disastrous consequences.


Mike Leigh’s iconic Abigail’s Party is one of Britain’s most celebrated comedies; beloved by audiences, it thrills and delights in equal measure. It’s not to be missed.

 

'A night of continuous guilty pleasure`

The Telegraph

 

'One of the greatest plays about the human condition ever written'

The Guardian

 

★★★★

‘Abigail's Party is a funny, nostalgia-filled snapshot of married life in the Seventies’

Broadway World

 

★★★★★

The Sussex Newspaper

 

‘They all gave me that magnificent feeling of forgetting I was watching something live. It was so seamless, perfected and well performed’

The Brightoner 

 

‘This is a superb revival; its tinted mirror keeps burnishing’

Fringe Review

 

‘The script shines and the bathos hits the audience in a deeply resonanting place, but, it is the performance from this engaging cast that make this particular adaption of Abigail’s Party well worth the ticket price.’

The Reviews Hub

 

‘A wonderful insight into a life some of us remember – complete with fibre optic lamp, white shag pile carpet and leather pouffe. A magical evening.’

G Scene

 

Trailer

Q&A with the cast