DIARY DATE: 'Laughter on the 23rd Floor' first opened on Broadway in 1993.
And next week the autobiography inspired by Neil Simon's early television career, working as one of the writers for a comedy sketch series, is coming to Sutton Coldfield. The play, which is set in the writers' room of the fictional 'Max Prince Show' and promises to be undeniably funny and fabulously timed, is running at the Sutton Arts Theatre from June 20-29.
The team features some fascinating characters which when coupled with a compelling story involving moving and riotous protagonists and joke and joke suggests an evening's entertainment is in store for all. This is the final show of the theatre's 2012-2013 season. For tickets, call Box Office 0121 355 5355 or visit www.suttonartstheatre.co.uk
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