Confusions

Confusions

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Alan Ayckbourn is a master at tweaking the funny bone of family life and puts the ‘humour’ in ‘human relationships’.

Confusions is a series of three short, interconnected plays about our shared desire for companionship – from the trapped single mother who babies her next door neighbours, to her husband’s clumsy seduction-attempts.

Owlets Productions brings this entertaining and insightful exploration of modern relationships to the BT studio in a new production.

Duration: 55mins with no interval

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By Alan Ayckbourn 

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