> There's just two weeks left to catch Robin Herford's well-received production of Alan Ayckbourn's Improbable Fiction at the Mill At Sonning. The play can be seen until 6 May and further details can be found at www.millatsonning.com.
> Several performances of the world premiere staging of Alan Ayckbourn's epic two-part The Divide at the Edinburgh International Festival have already sold out. Produced in association with the Old Vic Theatre, The Divide is an epic love story set in a dystopian future where the sexes have been divided following a catastrophic disease which has decimated the male population. The Divide will be performed at King's Theatre, Edinburgh from 8 - 20 August and early booking is advised via the festival website here.
> Book now for Alan Ayckbourn's new play and revival at the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, this summer. He is directing the world premiere of A Brief History of Women and a revival of Taking Steps. Further details and bookings can be found at www.sjt.uk.com.> The blog is celebrating Alan Ayckbourns' 60th anniversary at the Stephen Joseph Theatre throughout the year with an article every Friday taking a year-by-year look at his association with the company.
> Unseen Ayckbourn: Illustrated Edition by Alan Ayckbourn's Archivist Simon Murgatroyd is now available from Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com. Fully updated for 2017, this book explores the unseen, withdrawn and unpublished works of Alan Ayckbourn with illustrations for the first time.