Michael Frayn's 'gorgeous farce' about a university reunion
premiered thirty years ago at the Globe Theatre, London. Returning to
the West End in a sparkling new production, it remains a classic
Twenty years after graduation, six former students return to
their university college for a reunion dinner. Whilst their lives may
have had varying degrees of success, all are connected by a common
past. Once locked in college for the night, the graduates begin to
relive their youth, and old friendships, feuds - and the much-desired
but absurdly proper Master's wife - come tumbling back into the present
. . .
'The show reaches that plateau of comic bliss when it becomes physically impossible to stop laughing' Daily Telegraph
'The West End's summer gets off to an exhilarating start with
the hilarious return of Michael Frayn's comedy Donkeys' Years' Sunday
'All the confidence of a serious comic masterpiece.
Masterclass performances. This is one of the best revivals in the West
End for years. Unmissable!' Sunday Times