Curve are never short of treats to keep us all cultured and their next instalment comes in the form of incisive comedy Absurd Person Singular. This 1970s bittersweet tale follows the story of 3 couples over 3 successive Christmas eves, portraying the tensions and changing fortunes that ensue. This portrait of social mobility, written by Alan Ayckbourn, may have originated in the 1970s but its story continues to ring just as true in modern times.

Do you remember Chrissie Watts in Eastenders, married to Dirty Den? Well Tracy Ann Oberman is now hitting the Curve stage and will be starring as Eva in the play, along with a range of other highly regarded stars of the stage including Louise Plowright who has starred in everything from Footballers Wives to Mamma Mia in the West End.

Absurd Person Singular is directed by Curve Artistic Director Paul Kerryson and will run from Friday 6th – Saturday 28th May. To book tickets just visit HERE. As always there are ticket discounts available for those aged under 26!