Manchester School of Theatre season presents

Flare Path

by Terence Rattigan

First performed in 1942, Terrance Rattigan wrote Flare Path while serving as an air gunner with the RAF during the Second World War.

Set in a hotel near an RAF Bomber Command airbase during the Second World War, this story of love and loyalty follows a group of RAF airmen and their wives over the course of a day, including Patricia Graham, who finds herself at the centre of a love triangle, torn between her husband Lieutenant Teddy Graham and her old flame, famous film star Peter Kyle.

This production is performed by Manchester School of Theatre’s final year BA (Hons) Acting students, who will be graduating this summer.

  • Running time 2 hours 33 mins (inc a 15 min interval)
  • The show contains cigarette and pipe smoking

Full: £10

Conc: £6