THE full cast for the final spring production at Salisbury Playhouse this year has been announced.

Alan Ayckbourn's 'A Chorus of Disapproval' will complete Wiltshire Creative's 2024 spring season.

The production marks the 35th Alan Ayckbourn play that has been performed at Salisbury Playhouse.

It opens on April 30, with previews from April 25, and runs until May 18.

The story follows recently widowed Guy as he joins his local Amateur Light Operatic Society in hope of finding new friends and meaning in his life but ends up with a lot more than he bargained for.

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In their upcoming production of The Beggar’s Opera, Guy starts out playing a part with only one line, but his good looks and mild manners soon see him climb his way to the leading role.

Unable to say no to wine, women and song, Guy finds himself embroiled in a series of backhand deals, steamy affairs and pub brawls.

Salisbury Journal: The full cast for 'A Chorus of Disapproval'.The full cast for 'A Chorus of Disapproval'. (Image: Wiltshire Creative)

Wiltshire Creative's artistic director Gareth Machin directs Robert Bowman, Rebecca Cooper, Andy Cryer, Bessy Ewa, Olivia Forrest, Sasha Frost, Damian Humbley, Richard Hurst, Lloyd Notice, George Olney, Ben Stock, Georgina Sutton and Heather Williams.

He said: "What a brilliant cast we have coming together for Alan Ayckbourn’s glorious comedy A Chorus of Disapproval.

"I am thrilled to welcome back some familiar faces who have previously graced the Playhouse stage, as well as new ones, who are set to bring an Ayckbourn classic to our Salisbury audience.”

A Wiltshire Creative spokesperson said: "Ayckbourn’s comedic genius comes to life in this award-winning show and promises to be a guaranteed night of blissful hilarity.

"Alan Ayckbourn is one of the most widely performed living English language playwrights and a highly regarded theatre director.

"He is an Olivier, Tony and Molière Award-winning writer who has written over 80 full length plays, more than half of which have gone on to the West End."

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