John Godber’s play is staged from 7.30pmon Thursday, November 13.
The show is about a Friday night with Judd, Ralph, Les and Lucky Eric.
A smooth-talking DJ, lager-swilling lads and women done up to the nines all come under the beady eye of the bouncers.
John Godber’s observational comedies have been very popular over the years, so much so that he is said to be the third most performed playwright in the UK after William Shakespeare and Alan Ayckbourn.
This show is one of the most performed plays and gained an Olivier Award nomination, in addition to being voted as one of the National Theatre’s Top 100 plays of the 20th century.
Reform Theatre will be putting on the production which lifts the lid on the Friday night experience in a poignant and humorous look at the urban nightclub scene.
Tickets, priced £14 or £12 for concessions can be bought by calling 01933 270 007 or by visiting the theatre website at www.thecastle.org.uk.