Time to get pulled into The Vortex


The Jazz Age is back, and it’s going to drag you in…

This week, we’ve Noel Coward’s superb The Vortex. It’s a head-spinning concoction of cocktails, character assassination and comedy.

Written in 1924, this was Coward’s first success, and blends his signature witty banter with a darker undercurrent. The subject matter was so controversial, The Lord Chancellor didn’t give permission for it to be performed until the night before it opened.

This play will make you laugh – and also think. All in all, it’s not to be missed. Buy your tickets here, before the opportunity disappears into a whirlwind of time…

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