The first major West End revival of Michael Frayn's 1976 comedy Donkey's Years opens at the Comedy Theatre. Six former students gather at a reunion dinner at their old university college 25 years after they graduated. During their night at the college, nostalgic reminiscing leads to old friendships and feuds resurfacing. The play won a Laurence Olivier Award when it first opened at the Globe in 1976. Frayn is the author of many other award-winning plays, most recently Noises Off and Democracy, at the National and West End.
Starring Mark Addy, Samantha Bond, James Dreyfus and David Haig.