Life is still good for Felicity

PUBLISHED: 15:00 19 October 2006 | UPDATED: 14:51 12 May 2010

Felicity Kendal

Felicity Kendal

FELICITY Kendal will be appearing at the Cambridge Arts Theatre next week in a witty drama which takes the audience on an intense journey through family relationships. Written by David Hare, Amy s View explores the changing face of Britain and popular cul

FELICITY Kendal will be appearing at the Cambridge Arts Theatre next week in a witty drama which takes the audience on an intense journey through family relationships.

Written by David Hare, Amy's View explores the changing face of Britain and popular culture.

Felicity, who is well-known for her appearances in 70s sitcom The Good Life, and detective series Rosemary and Thyme, plays Esme Allen, a theatrical grande dame who clashes with her daughter's (Amy) brash young gossip columnist, film critic, and director boyfriend called Dominic.

Although Esme and Dominic dislike each other, they both have strong attachements to Amy.

And a visit to Esme in 1970 sets in motion a series of events that reach their shattering conclusion 16 years later.

The pre-West End run of Amy's View will run from October 23-28.

Performances will begin at 7.45pm and 2.30pm on Thursday and Saturday.

For tickets ranging from £10-£27 call 01223 503333 or visit www.cambridgeartstheatre.com


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