Relatively Speaking
by Alan Ayckbourn






June 2008



After one month of a blissful affair with Ginny, Greg is ready to tie the knot but Ginny has other ideas. Her London flat is strewn with tell-tale signs but Ginny has bizarre explanations for the flowers, the chocolates and the silent phone calls.  When she sets off, apparently to visit her parents in the country, Greg is right behind her, determined to track down Ginny's parents and convince them that he is a man fit to be given Ginny's hand in marriage.  But the idyllic country cottage The Willows actually belongs not to Ginny’s parents but to her married boss. Unexpected guests, mistaken identities, adulterous double-crossings – all the stuff of hilarious farce made for a thoroughly enjoyable evening.