Dick & Lottie - the only amateur company in the UK dedicated to Alan Ayckbourn's plays - will be tackling the play, which is notable for being different each night.
First seen at the Stephen Joseph Theatre in 2014, Roundelay consists of five short inter-related plays, the order of which are determined randomly by the audience each evening. This means there are a possible 120 permutations of the play!
Audience members are invited to draw five coloured balls just prior to each evening's performance which determines the order of the plays, affecting how the audience perceive the characters, the events in their lives and their motivations.
|Tanya Phillips in rehearsals for Roundelay|
|Richard McArtney and Mike Casey in rehearsals for Roundelay|
The company features Mike Casey, John Cotgrave, Joe Geddes, Hannah Head, Richard McArtney, Tanya Phillips, Laura Roberts and Maria Sykes with music by Paul Chamberlain and set design by Richard McArtney.
|Hannah Head during rehearsals for Roundelay|
The production will then tour to the New Wimbledon Theatre, London, from Tuesday 21 to Saturday 25 February at 7.15pm. Bookings for and further details about Roundelay can be made via www.dickandlottie.com.
|Laura Roberts & John Cotgrave in rehearsals for Roundelay|