Travels With My Aunt at the Menier Chocolate Factory

Menier Chocolate Factory, London
Booking to 29 June 2013
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Graham Greene’s anarchic comedy Travels With My Aunt is given a new stage adaptation at the Menier Chocolate Factory, directed by Christopher Luscombe and starring David Bamber, Gregory Gudgeon, Jonathan Hyde and Iain Mitchell.

Christopher Luscombe (Spamalot, When We Are Married, The History Boys) directs Travels With My Aunt at the Menier Chocolate Factory this Summer, in an adaptation by Giles Havergal of Graham Greene’s classic comic novel.

Travels With My Aunt tells the story of retired bank manager Henry Pulling, and his globetrotting adventures with his Aunt Augusta. From Paris to Istanbul to Paraguay, the unlikely pair journey together discovering colourful characters and all of the possibilities that life conjures up in the most unusual of places.

A terrific cast includes David Bamber, Gregory Gudgeon, Jonathan Hyde and Iain Mitchell.

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Booking to 29 June 2013

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No performance Sun 17th & Sun 24th March 3:30pm, additional performance Mon 18th March 8pm


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Menier Chocolate Factory, 53 Southwark Street, London, SE1 1RU
Nearest Tube or Train: London Bridge (Northern line, Jubilee line)
Nearest Buses: 17, 21, 35, 40, 43, 47, 48, 133, 141, 149, 343, 381, 521
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