If I Were You

a Library Theatre Company Production of

Mal and Jill Rodale, a middle-aged married couple, are coping with their share of problems. Secret problems, to avoid hurt and confrontation, which they hide from each other. Like most married couples.
For Mal, it’s work problems and Sam, a son who is disappointing him, although Sam doesn’t disappoint Jill.
Jill, meanwhile, worries about her daughter Chrissie’s marriage, though Mal won’t hear a word said against her.
But a most unexpected sort of help is at hand; a solution that will change all their lives in ways they would never have imagined.
Alan Ayckbourn’s 70th play, an ingenious comedy which asks the audience to question its perceptions of men and women, shows that the master playwright is still very much on top of his game.
“Once again, serious social comments emerge through the laughter, an achievement that has always been Alan Ayckbourn’s special gift” – The Times
“A blissfully funny comedy that spins out all kinds of complex truths about human nature” – Daily Telegraph


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Running Time: 2 hours and 5 minutes, including interval.