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A Month of Sundays

A Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch production

Bob Larbey’s funny and tender masterpiece about growing old.

In his pleasant nursing home Cooper rails against his ageing body but remains proud of not having ‘lost his marbles’. Aylott, his friend, is increasingly concerned about losing his. Wit and humour keep their worries at bay: Cooper flirts outrageously with pretty nurse Wilson while both men fantasise about escaping to Switzerland.

But when Cooper discovers that his grandson no longer wants to see him, and Aylott’s worst fears are realised, he knows a turning point has been reached.

Is it ever enough to keep treating life as a comedy… and if it isn’t, the painful question is: where does he go from here?

This first play by Bob Larbey (The Good Life, As Time Goes By, A Fine Romance) won the Evening Standard Award for Best Comedy of the Year. This is the play’s first major revival.

Talk Back | free
Wed 28 Sep (after the evening performance). An opportunity for audiences to question the cast and creative team.

Mon, Tue & Wed performances begin at 7.30pm


Mon, Tue & Wed | 7.30pm || Thu, Fri & Sat | 8pm


Friday Preview | £12.50 | £16 | £19
no concessions available

Mon - Thu Eve, Sat preview & matinees | £18.50 | £23.50 | £27
concessions and discounts available

Fri & Sat eve | £21.50 | £26 | £29
Friday group discount available

Access Details

Audio Described performance
Sat 8 Oct | 2.30pm

Sign Language Interpreted performance
Wed 12 Oct | 7.30pm


Main House

Cast + Creatives

By Bob Larbey
Director Russell Bolam
Designer Anthony Lamble
Lighting Designer Katharine Williams
Movement Director Jack Murphy

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