Was it wise for engaged couple Justin and Julie-Ann to invite each other’s parents to meet for the first time?
Especially when they’re on either side of a North-South and a class divide? And, particularly, when their dodgy upstairs neighbours are about to drop in to really spoil the party?
Alan Ayckbourn’s 2001 play is an intricately worked sit-com with farce threaded through it, mistaken identity, bad manners and danger all part of the weave.
By Alan Ayckbourn