Content warning [May contain spoilers]
Please click on the words 'Content warning' above to see a list of content notes
‘I’ve looked at all that - marriages and all that - and what do you get for it? What do you get?’
On the night of his 35th birthday, Bobby struggles to think of anything he wants, as a lone bachelor surrounded by his married friends. Over a series of dinner parties, weddings and cocktails, he starts to confront why he is so afraid of being alone, surrounded by a world of ‘crazy’ heteronormativity. Company is one of Sondheim’s groundbreaking musicals: a funny, heartbreaking and poignant look into marriage, vulnerability and what it means to be alive.
Featuring some of his most iconic songs like The Ladies Who Lunch, Not Getting Married Today, What Would We Do Without You and Being Alive, this queer reimagining looks at what is often seen as the first modern musical, bringing these questions to life on stage.
This production is recommended for ages 12 and above.
This amateur production is presented by arrangement with MUSIC THEATRE INTERNATIONAL (Europe)
Wednesday 15 June at 6:30 pm in the ADC Bar
Interested in learning more about the process of bringing Company to life? Join members of the cast and team for a free panel discussion before the Wednesday performance! No advance booking required.