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Honeymoon Suite by Richard Bean
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Honeymoon Suite

by Richard Bean

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The wear and tear of marriage; and the result, while full of deadpan humour, leaves you unsure whether Bean's deadlocked duo are the victims of temperamental mismatch or social circumstance. Technically, the play is ingenious. The action takes place in a Bridlington hotel suite and traces the shifting marital fortunes of Eddie and Irene: Bean's Ayckbournian trick, however, is to present the three chosen time-periods simultaneously rather than sequentially.… (more)

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