Agnes Colander premieres at Theatre Royal Bath
PUBLISHED: 20:00 08 April 2018
The world premiere of a lost play by one of the fathers of modern British Theatres has arrived at a Bath stage.
Agnes Colander was written in 1900 by Harley Granville Barker, who also penned The Voysey Inheritance and Waste.
The witty and compelling comedy of love, sexual attraction and independence was unearthed in recent years and is now going to be staged at the Ustinov Studio in Bath this month.
Agnes is an artist who has left her unfaithful husband.
He continues to write to her, begging for reconciliation but Agnes is enjoying her new-found freedom.
Agnes Colander will be at the Theatre Royal Bath’s Ustinov Studio, in Saw Close, from now until Saturday.
There will be stage performances at 7.45pm each night with matinees every Thursday and Saturday at 2.30pm.
Tickets, priced £17.50-22.50, are available from www.theatreroyal.org.uk or from 01225 448844.