Peterborough Playgoers’ are soon to present Terence Rattigan’s terrific depiction of the Battle of Britain: ‘Flare Path.’
Set in a hotel in Lincolnshire in 1940, the play follows the lives and loves of assorted RAF personnel over a 24 hour period. Hot on the heels of their popular and critical success with ‘The Ghost Train’ last year, Playgoers return to the Key Theatre with this blockbuster of a play which is full of tension, thrills and humour. A cast of 11 tell the moving story of actress Patricia who has married a Flight Lieutenant and left her film star lover behind in the USA. Choosing between the two seems easy until the realities of war hit home. Full of interesting characters, this marvellous play directed by Sandra Samwell celebrates both the British fighting spirit and classic twentieth century theatre. Catch it at the Key Studio from May 18-21 at 7.45pm with a matinee at 2.30pm on the Saturday. Tickets are available via the Key box office on 01733 207239 or via vivacity-peterborough. com priced at £10.