Play may have no udder Rivals when it comes to the Key
Cow this revival is all but unmissable.
Set in the 1700s, The Rivals tells the story of a day in the life of a circle of socialites swooping in on the fashionable city of Bath, to take the waters, find romance and have a jolly good gossip!
Confusion, duels, madness and mayhem ensue in this hilarious period masterpiece.
Enter Mrs Malaprop with her famous twisted phrases, her niece Lydia Languish who is busy falling in love with the handsome Captain Jack, who himself is being pushed around by his explosive father Sir Anthony Absolute.
Creative Cow was founded in 2007 by two professional actors, Katherine Senior and Jonathan Parish and skilled artistic director Amanda Knott, and called Creative Cow because it was conceived on a cattle farm in Devon.
Jonathan Parish stars as Captain Absolute and Katherine Senior takes on the role of Mrs Malaprop. Jack Hulland is Acres and Harvey Robinson is Sir Lucius OTrigger.
Katherine is a founder member of Creative Cow, and said: “We’re very excited about this production. It’s a hugely enjoyable – and expertly crafted – piece of theatre that audiences just love. We toured it for two months late last year and due to its success we have extended the tour .
“We’ve worked hard, and had huge fun, making sure we get the very best from it for our audiences.“In other words, we’re presenting a great night out and we’re very much looking forward to coming to Peterborough.”
For more information on the company and the production, visit www. creativecow. co. uk. For tickets contact the Box Office on 01733 864776