The British premiere of Ken Ludwig’s comedy will take place at the theatre from the 25th August. 

L-R Natalie Walter Simon Lloyd Damien Matthews Sarah Quist Ottilie Mackintosh & Romayne Andrews - small

It’s the day of the annual golf tournament between rival country clubs. Bingham, president of Quail Valley, discovers that his star player has switched sides. Wagering his wife’s antique shop on the outcome now seems like less of a sure bet. Fortunately, he discovers that his new young assistant is a phenomenally good golfer.

Bad weather, the lead lost, the shop is under threat, and Bingham’s wife catches him too close to his stunning sex-starved vice-president! 

What else could possibly go wrong…? Golfing has never been so outrageous!

This British premiere production is directed by Philip Wilson and is set to star: Damien Matthews (The Woman in Black, Tour & Fortune Theatre), Natalie Walter (Noises Off, National Theatre), Romayne Andrews (Hamlet, Royal Shakespeare Company), Simon Lloyd (The 39 Steps, Criterion Theatre), Sarah Quist (Travesties, Apollo Theatre) and Ottilie Mackintosh who recently appeared as Young Jo in Joanna Lumley’s Little Cracker.

Written by two time Olivier Award winner Ken Ludwig, A Fox on the Fairway takes audiences on a crazy journey about love, life and man’s eternal obsession with golf.

Ken Ludwig is an American playwright  who has written twenty-four plays and musicals, with six Broadway productions and seven in London’s West End. Having previously presented the playwright’s Lend Me a Tenor in 2014, the Queen’s Theatre now presents this comedy filled with  headlong humour, exuberant personalities and romantic entanglements.

The production will feature designs by Colin Falconer, lighting by Johanna Town and sound by Max Pappenheim.

A Fox on the Fairway will play at the Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch from the 25th August until the 16th September. For more information visit: http://www.queens-theatre.co.uk/whats-on/show/a-fox-on-the-fairway/

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