A legendary award winning farce will be performed at Rugby Theatre starting on Saturday.
Michael Frayn’s play Noises Off sees a shambolic theatre company in final rehearsals for a farce called Nothing’s On.
However everything that can go wrong does and we follow the show from the start of the tour right through to the disastrous final night of the tour.
It hurtles along at a break neck pace with plenty of laughs throughout.
The play will be directed by Robert Sloan and has been hailed as one of the greatest British comedies ever written.
The first performance is on Saturday at 7.30pm and runs through to Saturday April 18. There are shows every day apart from Sunday at the same time.
Tickets for the show cost between £12 and £13 and concessionary rates available.
For further details or to book tickets in advance call 01788 541234 or visit www.rugbytheatre.co.uk.