Ayckbourn Chronology: 2005

Notable Events

Ayckbourn In Other Media

Notable Productions

>World premiere of Improbable Fiction, written to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Stephen Joseph Theatre.

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Private Fears In Public Places tours to the Brits Off Broadway festival in New York; this marks the first time Alan has directed his own company in New York. It receives a Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Director (Alan Ayckbourn).

> Receives the Yorkshire Awards Arts And Entertainments Personality.

> During the Stephen Joseph Theatre's 50th anniversary celebrations, the week long
Fifty Years New event ends with the first and last performance of Alan's one act Untitled Farce, written specially for the occasion.

> The 1977 television adaptation of
The Norman Conquests is released on DVD in the UK for the first time.

World premieres
Improbable Fiction; The Girl Who Lost Her Voice; Untitled Farce
Collection: Alan Ayckbourn - Plays 3
Publisher: Faber & Faber

Publication: A Round 50
by Simon Murgatroyd (Stephen Joseph Theatre)

DVD: The Norman Conquests (region 2)
Publisher: Metrodome

DVD: Smoking / No Smoking (region 2)
Publisher: Pathé
World Premiere: Improbable Fiction
Director: Alan Ayckbourn
Venue: Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

World Premiere: The Girl Who Lost Her Voice
Director: Alan Ayckbourn
Venue: Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

World Premiere: Untitled Farce
Director: Alan Ayckbourn
Description: Grey Play (unpublished / not available to produce)
Venue: Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

London Premiere: Private Fears In Public Places
Director: Alan Ayckbourn
Venue: Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond

New York Premiere: Private Fears In Public Places
Director: Alan Ayckbourn
Venue: 59E59 Theaters, New York

New York Revival: Absurd Person Singular
Director: John Tillinger
Venue: Biltmore Theatre, New York

Revival: The Champion Of Paribanou
Director: Alan Ayckbourn
Venue: Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

Revival: Time And Time Again
Director: Alan Ayckbourn
Venue: Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

Tour: Drowning On Dry Land
Director: Alan Ayckbourn
Producer: Stephen Joseph Theatre

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