by Neil Simon
Dreaming of girls and baseball, fifteen year old Eugene has to cope with the mundane existence of his family life in Brooklyn, including his relationship with a formidable mother, and overworked father and a worldly older brother. Living with his widowed aunt and her two young daughters makes life even more complex.
Set in 1937, “Brighton Beach Memoirs” is the first play in Neil Simon’s semi- autobiographical comedy trilogy, which explores sexual awakening and a search for identity within an extended family.
Please note this play does feature some frank talk about sex. There will be a BSL signed performance on Tuesday 31st March.
Performances start 7.30pm at Bolton Little Theatre Hanover Street Mon-Sat. Monday night 3 for 2. Group bookings 10+ £9.00 (please book through the theatre Box Office) Wheelchair space available (please book through the theatre Box Office).
You can book at Bolton Little Theatre box office in person or by telephone on Monday night from 7.30 to 9pm and Friday mornings from 10.30 to 12 noon. You can book during the run of the plays, or you can book online at boltonlittletheatre.ticketsource.co.uk or through this website using the links below. Tickets can be e-tickets (no charge) mobile phone ticket (50p) standard post (£1.50)