AUDIENCES are set to be thrilled by a hilarious classic comedy coming to Guide Bridge Theatre.
The theatre in Audenshaw will stage ‘What the Butler Saw’ by renowned playwright Joe Orton.
Set in a psychiatrist’s office, the play follows a series of mistaken identities, deceptions, and absurd situations that spiral out of control. With a talented cast, Guide Bridge Theatre promises an unforgettable evening of live theatre that will leave you questioning your own sanity!
The production team say the show will contain “uproarious laughter, outrageous antics and a rollicking good time for all theatre fans”.
They added: “Directed by John Cocks-Evans, this farcical masterpiece will have audiences on the edge of their seats with its witty dialogue, unexpected twists, and unforgettable characters.
“‘What the Butler Saw’ is a theatrical gem that combines sharp social satire with slapstick humour, making it a must-see production of the season.
“The production will provide a captivating and thought-provoking experience, shedding light on themes that continue to resonate with contemporary audiences.”
The show runs from Monday, October 16, to Saturday, October 21, at 7.30pm each evening, as well as a 2pm Saturday matinee.
Tickets are available at www.gbtheatre.co.uk
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