Our June’s Wedding

‘Our June’s Wedding’ – A Play that isn’t quite a Play, a Wedding that isn’t really a Wedding!

Published On May 1, 2015 | By We Love Brighton | Brighton Fringe 2015

St. Andrews, Hove
9th-10th & 16th-17th May 2015
12.30pm
£8.50 (£6.50)

You are invited to…. ‘Our June’s Wedding’

Following a successful 2014 tour funded by Arts Council England and Farnham Maltings, Theatre Exchange are delighted to make their first visit to Brighton Fringe with ‘Our June’s Wedding’, before embarking on a second tour of rural venues in Surrey and Sussex later this year.

Our June’s wedding is a play that isn’t quite a play, a wedding that isn’t really a wedding, but with all the anticipation, wobbles and warmth of both.  So what better choice of venue than St Andrews, Hove – a church that isn’t quite a church?  The play moves its audience through the action to a second venue, the lovely Dukebox Theatre, for a very special party with cake for everyone!

We meet Richard. He’s nervous – there is still no sign of his best man. Hilary is panicked, it’s her son’s wedding day and the whole thing is looking a little too homemade for her liking.  Peter is overjoyed, by some miracle he has made it to his daughter’s wedding day. And June – well, where is June?

Brighton based playwright, Andrew Mulquin, has appeared several times as an actor at Brighton Fringe, and is now delighted to return as author of ‘Our June’s Wedding’, bringing a burst of fun, theatre and celebration to every audience and drawing them in to become an integral part of the unfolding action.

Prior to a second tour, all cast are reprising their roles including Adam Farrell who can also be seen at The Old Market, playing the title role of Alan in Bucket Club’s award winning ‘Lorraine and Alan’. The rest of the talented cast includes seasoned fringe participant James Petherick as Peter Merryweather. Noor Lawson, currently at Sydenham art festival plays our beautiful Bride June and Samantha Honey, who is fresh from filming a new Mike Bartlett drama, plays, the somewhat micromanaging, Mother of the groom

Book tickets through boxoffice.brightonfringe.org/theatre/9496/our-june-s-wedding or call 01273 917272

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