Two and Two Make Sex
October 6 - 21
About the Show
Flared jeans, mini skirts and kipper ties. The 1970s. A time when things were a little more relaxed, politically, socially and maybe even romantically!
Two and Two Make Sex is a British farce written by Leslie Darbon and Richard Harris that explores infidelity, secrecy and a whole lot of hilarity. Set in 1973, we follow two couples differently situated but with similar struggles. Nick and Jane share a rickety bedsitter and are unsure about how their relationship is defined compared to George and Clare who are not-so-happily married with George looking to ‘spice up his life’ a little. To inject that little bit of excitement, he finds the young and attractive Jane whilst Clare is treated by a new and handsome psychiatrist Nick.
With perfect timing, hilarious confusion and a good bit of British humour, audiences will be transported back to 1973 to cringe, laugh and cry along with Two and Two Make Sex.