Noel Coward's late piece is brought to Richmond theatre by Peter Egan and Belinda Lang. Read More >
A Song At Twilight follows the life and loves of world famous author Sir Hugo Latymer. Settled in a luxurious hotel in Switzerland, Sir Hugo and his wife invite actress Carlotta Gray to dine, with unexpected consequences. Sir Hugo is haughty, self-righteous, witty and sharp, but he has met his match. As the evening progresses, it becomes clear that Carlotta is not quite the silly actress Sir Hugo cruelly portrayed her to be in his memoirs. In fact, she has information in her possession that would completely ruin him. A glittering battle of egos commences.
A Song At Twilight stars two of Britain’s best loved actors. Peter Egan is still best known for Ever Decreasing Circles and recently appeared on stage in The Hound Of the Baskervilles. Belinda Lang is a West End regular who has starred in Ring Round The Moon, What The Butler Saw, Forgotten Voices, My Boy Jack, plus Coward’s Hay Fever and Private Lives. She is also recognised for her long running television role in 2Point4Children.