We kick off with Confusions, written by Alan Ayckbourne with an evening of three short plays.Mother FigureMother knows best! In the world of the play Mother Figure, Lucy Compton mother of three and neighbour to Rosemary and Terry Oates, this statement is clearly not the case!Where a man knows best and the rules of living, it is clearly a Mans worldA dark comedy that explores the values of marriage and clearly demonstrates a battle of sexes, accompanied by some choccy biccies this is a show to remember.Drinking companionsIn the era of three-star hotels, scotch and pretty women, Harry Compton thinks he has it all. Only to be trumped by a harsh reality. Before the luxury of QVC on Sky and amazon, the world had travelling sales representatives that dominated night life across the UK and tonight Love magnet Harry Compton is looking for two fresh hotties to pull. In an era where mullets, medallions, brut and neckerchiefs are at an all time high, this play reeks and is shaken not stirred, by the powerful banter which is played in a cat and mouse, dark comic night of theatre. Sit back, relax and enjoy a double measure of Ayckbourne magic. Gosforths feteGosforths fete celebrates the gathering of all the villagers, of the small town of Scarborough. A time when local residents, Councillors, cubs and brownies flock to share fond memories, laughs and connect. Unfortunately, on this particular event, the memories will be set in stone forever by the earth shattering news that is heard by all over acres and acres of land. Sherry, scouts, tea and colourful characters will make this an occasion that an audience wont forget.