"Downton Abbey" meets stinging satire in "Relative Values", a "highly enjoyable" (The Daily Telegraph) comedy starring Patricia Hodge, Caroline Quentin and Rory Bremner. LOVEtheatre's offer saves 43% on top tickets for the show at the Harold Pinter Theatre in London this spring.
About the show
Directed by multi-award-winning West End and Broadway theatre director Sir Trevor Nunn, "Relative Values" is in the West End for a limited run following a successful summer season last year in Bath.
Olivier Award-winner Patricia Hodge plays the Countess of Marshwood opposite Quentin ("Men Behaving Badly", "Jonathan Creek") as a lady's maid and Bremner as the estate's butler. A culture clash between Hollywood and the English aristocracy causes trouble in the household when the Countess's son announces his intention to marry a famous actress.
"Wonderfully entertaining... A production of almost continuous guilty pleasure. Four stars" -- The Daily Telegraph
"There's plenty to enjoy in this beautifully designed, deftly directed comedy of manors" -- The Independent
Book by 9 April.
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