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The Sinodun Players spring production, Two, by Jim Cartwright, features two actors playing 14 different roles. Two is at Wallingford Corn Exchange from 13 to 16th April at 7.45 pm.

The play is set in a north of England pub. A classic two-hander, it features 14 characters with two highly experienced actors playing all the roles, from the bickering landlord and lady to the stream of regulars they welcome into their cosy inn.

Among the characters are a lonely widower, an ageing wife with a bedridden husband and a domineering woman and her meek husband. There’s also an aggressive husband with a mousey wife plus a seven-year old boy left behind by his forgetful dad.

At the play’s core is the relationship between landlord and landlady. During the course of the evening, highlighted by their interaction with the other characters, the reason for their constant sniping becomes apparent. But once the problem is out in the open, can they be reconciled?

Performances take place at Wallingford Corn Exchange April 13-16 at 7.45pm.

Tickets £10 from or 01491 825000.

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