Private Lives

Sinodun Players present Noel Coward’s 1930 comedy of manners

Wed 17 Jul 7.45pm      Book Now
Thu 18 Jul 7.45pm      Book Now
Fri 19 Jul 7.45pm      Book Now
Sat 20 Jul 7.45pm      Book Now

All tickets £12

“I think very few people are completely normal really deep down in their private lives. It all depends upon a combination of circumstances. If all the various cosmic thingummys fuse at the same moment, and the right spark is struck, there’s no telling what one mightn’t do.” Noel Coward

Elyot and Amanda are glamorous, rich, reckless … and divorced. Five years later, their love for one another is unexpectedly rekindled when they take adjoining suites of a French hotel while honeymooning with their new spouses, Victor and Sybil. Noel Coward’s glorious wit and dramatic precision combine to form his 1930s masterpiece about modern romance. Here is Coward at his sparkling best as a modern dramatist and ‘Private Lives’ continues to be one of his most performed and read works.