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NEVER HAVE I EVER directed Emma Butler is coming to Chichester

Chichester Festival Theatre has unveiled a new season of work set to begin in April.

Described as a ‘explosive, savagely funny’ piece, comedian Deborah Frances-White’s first play NEVER HAVE I EVER will open at the Chichester Festival Theatre in September.

A spokesman for the West Sussex venue says that in the play the Guilty Feminist podcaster ‘brilliantly skewers the contradictions of contemporary society, and the shifting sands of power and sexual politics’.

The synopsis reads: ‘Jacq and Kas’s boutique restaurant has gone bust, and telling their oldest friends Adaego and her rich husband Tobin that his investment is toast is only the start of the evening. Cash, class, identity and infidelity are all on the menu. As the last of the expensive wine flows, a dangerous drinking game reveals long-hidden truths and provokes an unspeakable dare.’

Cheaters actress Susan Wokoma is to star alongside Alexandra Roach and Sense and Sensibility star Greg Wise.

Never Have I Ever is to be directed by Emma Butler, Agency Client and former resident director at the Almeida Theatre, and will run from September 1st to 30th. Tickets go on sale to the public 9:00am on Saturday 4th March.