“A celebration of life and love”
Kiss Me Like You Mean It by Chris Chibnall
Tony and Ruth are young strangers who meet for the first time in a backyard at 3:00am. Don and Edie are an old couple, married for over 50 years. During the course of the play we get to know a lot about these two couples and their relationships – one just starting and one just ending.
Kiss Me Like You Mean It is about love – the beginning of a love and the end of a love. It is also about making the most of every opportunity that life presents us with. While it deals with what could be a dark theme the play is topical, full of humour and touchingly optimistic.
Chris Chibnall wrote the play when he was at the start of a relationship, hoping it would continue; two years later he was married to the girl who inspired the play.
Kiss Me Like You Mean It is a celebration of love and life; it examines the nature of love, how it can start and change in the course of an enduring relationship.
Rating: Coarse language.
Friday and Saturday show starts at 8.00pm and Sunday show starts at 2.00pm.
Running time: Approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes including a 20 minute interval.
Come along at 7:30pm on 16 March and help us celebrate opening night and enjoy complimentary refreshments before the show.
Ticket Prices: all tickets are $17.
Kiss Me Like You Mean It is not part of the Season Ticket subscription.
Special discounts for large groups over 20 – contact [email protected] for more details.
Bookings open in January 2018 when you can book online or call the Maitland Visitor Information Centre to book on 02 4931 2800 (10 – 3 daily)