by Nick Payne

Directed by Pete Fernandez

Monday 20th - Saturday 25th January 2020

Show starts at 7:45 pm

A new play premiered in 2012 it is described as a play about free will and friendship, quantum multiverse theory, love and honey. At times comic and at others tragic it poses the biggest question of all "Does the Universe have a purpose?" The Independent described it as "An astonishingly fine new play…one would be hard put to begin to do justice to the dazzling way it creates its own rules, while at the same time being wise enough not to jettison the old rule book either." Intriguing! With some strong language.

Doors open 7:15 pm, show starts 7.45pm.


The Labrador Rescue Trust was founded in 1988 and covers the South-West of England. We were granted National Status in1993 and over the last 30 years have rehomed approximately 12,000 Labradors. We are run by teams of unpaid volunteers working in different area groups within the South-West. Each Area co-operates with the others so that every dog that comes into our care goes to the most suitable home. Time and effort goes in to ensuring that the dog’s needs are met and that the dog will be placed in a permanent loving home. We have a huge ongoing financial commitment to the Supported Adopted Dogs (SAD) these are dogs that have come into our care with an existing medical condition that their new home would be unable to insure against. Our dedicated, hard working Helpers and Supporters raise funds with events such as Dog Shows, coffee mornings, street collections etc., all of which enable us to continue with our work.”   
Charity tickets only are available from Ann Horrocks tel: 07870 826853 email:

The Swan Theatre
138 Park Street
BA20 1QT