A Month of SundaysProgramme

by Bob Larbey

Directed by Martin Chadwick




Scene 1: AprIl mornlng, Sunday
Scene 2 Early afternoon, the same day


Scene 1 The first Sunday at the next month
Scene 2 Later that afternoon

A first floor room in a Victorian country house. The time is in the present day.

A Month of Sundays was first produced in 1985 in Southampton and was then transferred to the Duchess Theatre In London in February 1986, starring George Cole and Geoffrey Bayldon.
A Month of Sundays is Bob Larbey's first stage play, although he is well known for writing many television series such as The Good Life, Please Sir, Get Some In and Ever Decreasing Circles, with his co-writer, John Esmonde. His first solo venture for television,'A Fine Romance won the British award for Best Comedy In 1982.

Production Credits

Set Design - James E. Wadsworth
Set Construction - Roy Forrest & Team
Stage Manager - Frank Nowell
Properties - Alison Tatton, Jennifer Titterington
Lighting - Duw David
Sound - Andrew Bean
Prompt - Wendy Bennett
Photographer - Alan Marsden
House Manager - Geoffrey Pratt