By Alan Bennett, directed by Philip de Glanvile
21st – 24th April 2010
If Alan Bennett is a National Treasure, then surely Habeas Corpus is one of its most precious gems… a glorious satire on the Permissive Society, written as a sort of surreal farce, complete with pratfalls, trouser-dropping, mistaken identities and fleeting sexual liaisons.
Oh – and lots and lots of doors. This wonderfully funny smorgasbord of middle-aged, middle-class naughtiness was nominated for 9 awards by Somerset Fellowship of Drama