Some might call it a sick addiction, they call it love

Tight Fit Theatre in the Community presented a classic piece of 20th Century theatre. Amanda and Elyot have divorced and remarried - they meet, by chance, and the passion which engulfed their relationship is re-ignited.
Fleeing their new spouses they soon re-discover what drove them apart.

Witty and seductive, Coward's masterpiece shone through the last century and finds a new home at the Wycombe Swan Town Hall.

An amateur performance by permission of Samuel French Ltd


Private Lives Production Photos

Production Photos - 74 images in three sizes: Thumbnails (small) average 12Kb, Intermediate average 56Kb, Large (Original scanned images) average 3Mb

Grand Total : 74 images in three sizes, 234Mb

Follow the link above to access the gallery thumbnails. Click on one of those to see a larger (Intermediate) version. Click on the larger version to download the original (large) version into your browser if you want to print it. You may get better results if you save the large image from your browser to an image processing application. The images look grainy on screen but the largest size reproduces well on paper. The large images will take a while to download if your are on dialup. The first large image in the gallery takes about 40 seconds to download with 576K ADSL which equates to nearly 7 minutes with a 56K modem. You have been warned. ;-)

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2005 Time(s) Title Author Location Co.
9th - 11th
Thu-Sat 8pm
Sat 2.30 pm
Private Lives Noel Coward Wycombe Swanin the old
Town Hall
at the
Wycombe Swan
Tight Fit Theatre in the Community

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